Daniel Dietch is a Client Service Manager for CH2M HILL where he provides strategic solid waste consulting services to federal, municipal and commercial clients worldwide.
After receiving an undergraduate degree in Geology and Anthropology from Skidmore College, Daniel worked as an archaeologist in Israel and throughout New England. During this time, the wastes left behind by various cultures fascinated him. He found his calling in solid waste and seized an opportunity to manage the development of a proprietary in-vessel composting technology for municipal solid waste. Wanting to learn about commodity recycling, he then managed 25 neighborhood-recycling centers in California. In the late 1990’s, he returned to the east coast to attend Cornell University where he received a Master's degree concentrating in environmental management. He later earned a MBA from the University of Miami. He is now employed by CH2MHILL and provides strategic solid waste consulting services to federal, municipal and commercial clients worldwide. Daniel actively participates in his profession and his community. He is on the Board and serves as the Vice-Chair of the Clean Energy Coastal Corridor, has served as a judge for the Solid Waste Association of North America’s Excellence Awards since 2006 and served on Recycling Florida Today’s Board between 2004 – 2015. In March of 2010, Daniel was elected as Mayor of Surfside, FL, where he lives with his wife, two children and their beloved dog.
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