William Tracey Group is driven by a dedicated Board of Directors. The below Biographies will give you an indication of their area of expertise and roles within the business. As prominent figures within the environment industry, our Management Team are ideally placed to provide statements and comments on the latest industry news. Please direct all enquiries to the Group Marketing Manager, Clare Greenfield T: 0141 889 3207 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Walsh, CEO, was appointed to the role of Enva Group CEO following the acquisition of DCC Environmental by Exponent Private Equity LLP in 2017. Tom was previously Managing Director of DCC Environmental, the environmental division of DCC plc. Prior to this, Tom headed up DCC plc Oil Distribution and Hazardous Waste management services in Ireland. A proven team builder and strategist Tom is also a Chartered Certified Accountant and has held a number of senior positions in Waste Management and Environmental Services, Energy Distribution and Logistics. In his role as CEO of Enva Group Tom has responsibility for the development of the William Tracey, Wastecycle, Oakwood and ENVA businesses.
Bill Power, Finance Director joined the company in 2011 and is a Chartered Accountant with over 20 years international experience in senior finance and general management roles within multi-national, publicly quoted manufacturing and environmental services companies. Bill is responsible for taking the Finance and wider support functions through the next phase of evolution to continue to develop efficiencies and deliver commercial financial support to the business whilst ensuring appropriate risk management and compliance. He is also responsible for IT development.
Graeme McDonald, Managing Director for the Industrial & Utilities Division has been in the recycling industry for over 17 years and joined William Tracey Group in 1995. His background is in finance, medical microbiology and environmental health and his expertise is in identifying opportunities in the external environment or via regulation which we can align ourselves with and develop. Graeme's key achievement has been taking a one man section of the William Tracey Group in 1995 and leading it via organic growth, recruitment of key personnel and acquisition to its current position.
Robin Stevenson, Managing Director for the Non Hazardous Waste division has over 25 years in the recycling and resource management industry and over this time has held senior commercial and operational positions with some of the industry's largest and best-known operators. Robin is responsible for the management and growth of the William Tracey Group's non-hazardous operations, which includes four recycling facilities across Scotland. Recently Robin developed and implemented a strategy that ensures all the Group's customers are compliant with Scotland's zero waste regulations and also enables them to benefit from the commercial and environmental benefits of maximising recycling and eliminating waste to landfill.