A Day in the Life of a Waste Hauler

Dan Holdmeyer, Industrial & Coolants Brands Manager

May 31, 2017

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A Day in the Life of a Waste Hauler

You hear them, usually in the early morning hours, making their appointed rounds. Maybe you don’t even notice any longer but in communities across the country, residential and commercial waste haulers provide a vital daily service. To do so, they use trucks equipped with fairly complex hydraulic systems that come with unique needs and challenges. For example, take the city of Orlando, Florida. Its Fleet & Facilities Management Division took up the challenge of the Green Works Orlando initiative to create an environmentally friendly community by converting its residential garbage trucks to hydraulic hybrid models.

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About the Author(s)

Dan Holdmeyer

Industrial & Coolants Brands Manager, Chevron

With over 35 years in the oil and gas industry, Dan Holdmeyer has worked for Chevron the past 14 years, serving in a variety of capacities with the company in addition to his current post as Industrial and Coolants Brand Manager where he works as a lubrication engineer that supports Chevron Delo and other related lubricants brands. He plays an integral role in supporting and managing a variety of programs related to off-highway and on-highway lubrication needs. Dan also works as Chevron’s Training Specialist for their Global Lubricants division since joining the company. Prior to joining Chevron, Dan worked as a Field Engineer at Mobil Oil Corporation for 20 years (1979-99) after graduating from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.

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