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American Public Works Assn. Award applauds exception management, operation and maintenance
Norfolk, VA – The American Public Works Association has named Harvey Howard, Norfolk waste management superintendent, its 2014 Professional Manager of the Year – Solid Waste Award winner. The award recognizes exceptional management, operation and maintenance of public sector solid waste operations.
“Harvey Howard is an exceptional leader and manager, who has done a wonderful job making waste collection in the City of Norfolk safe, efficient and responsive for our residents,” said John Keifer, Director of Public Works.
Harvey Howard joined the City of Norfolk as Superintendent of Waste Management in September 2011. Harvey oversees a $20 million budget and is responsible for the operations and coordination of the City’s refuse, yard waste, recycling and bulk waste. Harvey regularly meets with residents, civic organizations, policy makers and regional organizations.
Harvey has more than 20 years of experience in the waste management field. Prior to joining the City of Norfolk, Harvey served as the Solid Waste-Fleet Maintenance Services Superintendent for Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The American Public Works Association has more than 28,000 members worldwide. Harvey will receive the APWA’s Professional Manager of the Year – Solid Waste Award at the 2014 International Public Works Congress and Exposition in Toronto, Ontario later this year.