Waste Pro’s Chip Gingles Promoted to Regional Vice President

December 8, 2021

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CHARLOTTE, NC  – Waste Pro is proud to announce Chip Gingles has been promoted to Regional Vice President of North Carolina.

Chip, who has more than 20 years of management experience, began his career with Waste Pro in 2015 as Division Manager of the Asheville, NC Division. In 2017, he joined Buncombe County as Solid Waste Director, where he gained valuable experience in the public sector and expanded his understanding of the municipal perspective and process when it comes to waste and recycling services.

Chip returned to Waste Pro in 2018 as Divisional Vice President of North Carolina. Supported by Charlotte South Division Manager Ted Goode, Charlotte West Assistant Division Manager Tyrone Brice, and Concord Assistant Division Manager Vincent Crisp, Chip has led Waste Pro’s operations across the state through exponential growth.

As Regional Vice President of North Carolina, Chip will continue to lead Waste Pro across North Carolina with more than 250 employees and 160 trucks, servicing more than 160,000 residential customers and more than 7,500 commercial customers.

“Chip is a natural leader and has been key to our growth in the Asheville and Charlotte metro areas,” said Waste Pro President and CEO Sean Jennings. “With the leadership of Ted, Vince, and Brice at his side, I’m confident they will continue to lead us through dynamic growth in North Carolina as we head into 2022 and beyond.”

About Waste Pro USA

Waste Pro USA, Inc. is one of the country’s fastest growing privately-owned waste collection, recycling, processing, and disposal companies, operating in ten southeastern states. Waste Pro, with revenues projected to exceed $900 million in 2022, serves more than two million residential and 100,000 commercial customers from over 80 operating locations. Waste Pro is headquartered in Longwood, Florida, and maintains approximately 300 exclusive municipal contracts and franchises.

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