Vice - President
Ross is currently the Environmental Planner for Kennebec Valley Council of Governments, Fairfield, Maine, where he assists 85 towns and cities in central Maine with various technical issues that include state and federal regulatory compliance; transfer station and recycling center planning and design; household hazardous waste collections, and universal waste management. He volunteers as chair of the Reduce Reuse Recycle Rethink team for Sustain Mid-Maine coalition and is the founding president of NAHMMA New England (North American Hazardous Materials Management Association).
As Superintendent of Mid-Maine Solid Waste Association(MMSWA) since 2005, Trampas is committed to encouraging the seven member communities to recycle and ultimately exceed state regulations. He comes to MMSWA from a lengthy manufacturing management background where he managed all aspects from personnel matters to hazardous waste disposal and is currently seeking a Business Management degree. He is a strong advocate for protecting our environment and is continuously seeking methods to educate and help citizens maximize their recycling efforts.
Maine Resource Recovery is uniquely positioned to provide a collective voice across the spectrum of recycling and solid waste management endeavors.
From material marketing to education and outreach, MRRA’s mission is to promote environmentally sound and economically sustainable recycling and solid waste management practices helping Maine communities and businesses implement systems that reduce waste and save money.
MRRA is unmatched in scope and diversity, which allows us to be a resource for all things recycling in Maine.
Maine Resource Recovery Association (MRRA) helps Maine communities and businesses implement environmentally sound & economically sustainable recycling and solid-waste management protocols. MRRA is committed to sound recycling and solid waste management practices and other forms of resource recovery that benefit Maine communities.