Well-known waste entrepreneur and businessman Gordon McGuinty will soon appear on our website with his own blog, in which we’ve invited him to expound on various topics including (of course) waste management and environmental issues, and also other matters of interest to himself and readers.
Always a lively and engaging speaker, McGuinty is also the recently published author of the book Trashed: How Political Garbage Made the United States Canada’s Largest Dump about his 14-year odyssey attempting to build the Adams Mine landfill project.
An entrepreneur for over 30 years, Gordon McGuinty was responsible for the Rail Cycle North consortium, which included some of North America’s largest rail and waste corporations and was awarded the largest waste management contract in Canada.
For 14 years, McGuinty was the force behind the Adams Mine landfill project as a solution to Ontario’s garbage disposal crisis. Today, when he’s not speaking to interested audiences, he divides his time between his residence in the mountains of Alberta and his office in Ontario.