New York, October 25, 2016 – Cronus Investment Banking, a Manhattan based investment banking firm, is featuring Tunnel Hill Partners in their environmental industries quarterly with an in-depth interview of THP CEO, Bill Gay. The piece “Environmental Services Industry Quarterly | 3rd Quarter 2016“ focuses on both the notable growth of Tunnel Hill Partners as well as Mr. Gay’s history with the company.
Mr. Gay has been an integral part of THP’s transformation from a network of landfills into one of the largest private integrated solid waste companies in the Northeast. From faster turnaround times from their waste transfer stations thanks to dedicated transportation to ownership of both the origin locations (transfer stations) and the final destinations (landfills), Mr. Gay explains that Tunnel Hill Partners continues to dominate the market by consistently improving the company’s services and efficiencies.
Although THP concentrated most of their efforts growing their transfer stations, landfills and waste-by-rail assets between 2009 and 2014, the company recognized its overexposure to the construction and demolition business. The opportunity that arose from the City Carting acquisition has allowed THP to diversify even further, getting the company closer to the waste-generating customer through its collections business.
Both CEO, Bill Gay, and THP President, William Rinaldi, intend to continue company growth by expanding along the I-95 corridor between Boston and Washington while also broadening their expertise in special waste.
To read the full interview with THP CEO, Bill Gay, visit the Cronus Investment Banking website
About Tunnel Hill Partners
Tunnel Hill Partners, based in Jericho, New York, is the largest waste-by-rail service provider in the United States. Led by a management team with over 160 years of combined experience in the waste industry, the company’s assets include two rail-served Subtitle D landfills in Ohio, one rail-served beneficial reuse facility in Pennsylvania, five rail-served transfer stations in New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts, and one state-of-the-art construction and demolition processing facility in Massachusetts. The company is supported by American Infrastructure Funds, MLP, an innovative private investment firm specializing in real property, natural resource and infrastructure businesses.