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Waste Harmonics hires Director of Pallet Management

Waste Harmonics, a national technology-enabled managed waste service provider, is excited to announce that Taylor Little has been hired as Director of Pallet Management.

In her new role, Little will oversee the standardization and expansion of the pallet recycling program and explore and enhance efficiencies within Waste Harmonics. Little will leverage streamlined processes and industry-leading customer service to bring awareness and growth of the pallet recycling program to customers.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Taylor to the Waste Harmonics team,” Founder, President/CEO Michael Hess said. “What makes us different from our competitors is our technology, reporting and proactive partnerships, and we’re confident that Taylor will bring new opportunities for the company and take the pallet recycling program to new heights.”

Little was previously employed at 48Forty Solutions (formerly Prime360 and Northwest Pallet Services) from 2015 to 2022 as the Director of Supply Chain Operations. 


“I’m humbled and excited to be given the opportunity to build on the company’s unmatched pallet management industry expertise,” said Little. “I look forward to making Waste Harmonics a “one-stop shop” for customers’ waste and recycling needs across our network.”

Little grew up in Lake in the Hills, IL and currently resides in Schaumburg, IL with her fiancé, Brian.

Waste Harmonics provides a comprehensive outsourced waste management consolidation service for companies and corporations with up to 5,000+ locations. As a technology-enabled managed waste service provider, Waste Harmonics works with diverse business clients across the United States and several Canadian provinces to deliver cost savings and complete consolidation of invoicing and communication, as well as proven recycling and sustainability strategies.

The company offers a wide variety of services with all types of equipment, including large and small container services, compactors, balers, construction services and recycling.



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