Edward M. Carroll
Edward M. CarrollChief Executive Officer
Ed Carroll is the Chief Executive Officer of Wastebuilt. Prior to his appointment as CEO, Ed was the Wastebuilt Chief Financial Officer.
He joined Wastebuilt in 2017.

Prior to joining Wastebuilt, Ed was CFO of a large privately held electrical parts distributor, a major food manufacturer and a technology startup. Earlier in his career Ed served as CFO and then COO of a national third-party logistics company. In addition to these assignments, Ed has worked in the private equity, management consulting and commercial banking industries.

Ed began his career as an officer in the United States Navy.

Ed holds a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Resources Management from the United States Naval Academy. He is a licensed CPA and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

Ed enjoys time with his wife and two grown children, Boston Red Sox baseball and engaging in useless trivia.

Robert Keller
Robert KellerGeneral Manager Equipment
Bob Keller is the General Manager of the Equipment Division of Wastebuilt. He manages the sale of whole goods in the street, sanitation and waste water sectors of the public services industry. His territories include the Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin and Texas markets.

Bob joined Wastebuilt when his previous company, Consolidated Disposal Systems, was acquired by Wastebuilt in 2013. Bob joined Consolidated Disposal in the early 1990s as a salesman, eventually becoming a partner and ultimately serving as the Operations and Sales Manager.

Bob started his sales career in 1976 in Tennessee. He was introduced to the Public Works industry when he moved to Georgia in 1981 and became a territory salesman for a small privately-owned business in Atlanta.

Bob has spent over 40 years serving the sanitation, streets and waste water markets. Bob’s sales teams have been consistently and repeatedly recognized for sales achievements and top performance awards.

Bob graduated from East Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in History and Political Science.

Bob and his wife enjoy hiking, traveling and sharing time with their three grown children and one precious Granddaughter.

James J. Pfeiffer
James J. PfeifferGeneral Manager Parts
Jim Pfeiffer is the General Manager of the Parts Division of Wastebuilt. Jim is also one of Wastebuilt’s founders who, in 2012, helped create Wastebuilt through a series of acquisitions and operational startups.

Previously, Jim was a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Business Consulting focused on performance improvement across a range of industries including Consumer Packaged Goods, Automotive, Banking, Energy / Chemicals, CPG, Insurance, Government, Pulp & Paper, Technology, Telecommunications and Waste Management.

Jim has deep supply chain and supply chain technology expertise: he led supply chain engagements at PricewaterhouseCoopers, chaired ISM’s Electronic Supply Management group, led Professional Services for Perfect Commerce, a supply chain solutions provider, and served as Vice President of Business Development for Commonfind, an early eMarketplace.

Jim began his career at Exxon where he served in a variety of roles ranging from engineering to sales and marketing.

Jim holds a Master of Business Administration from Washington University and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Missouri.

He and his wife have active lives taking their four children to seemingly endless extracurricular activities.

Scott Netzer
Scott NetzerGeneral Manager Service
Scott Netzer is the General Manager of the Service Division of Wastebuilt. He manages service centers in Wisconsin, Georgia and Florida as well as a Wisconsin based Center of Excellence for side-loader arm repairs.

Scott joined Wastebuilt when his previous company, Stepp Equipment, was acquired by Wastebuilt in 2012. Scott joined Stepp Equipment in 2007 as Service Manager. In this capacity he served municipal and commercial customers in a variety or equipment types and models.

At Stepp Equipment, Scott pioneered a program to repair Automated Side-loader arms. Because our customers find this service so valuable, we outgrew our Wisconsin facility, requiring a move to a larger location.

Scott has served the recycling and waste industries for 35 years, both as a refuse fleet manager and as a service provider. He believes in two fundamental principles – high quality service and a safe work environment.

Scott enjoys spending time with his wife, 4 daughters and their husbands and 5 grandchildren. When not boating, traveling and watching sunsets on the pier he can be found in his garage working on projects.