It’s the beginning of 2017, and with the New Year, businesses in Vermont will face some mandatory New Year’s Resolutions. Starting July 1 of 2017, anyone who generates 18 or more tons of food waste per year will have to divert this waste if they are within 20 miles of a certified organics facility. This is one of many mandates resulting from Vermont’s 2012 Universal Recycling Law (Act 148).
“Formula for failure: try to please everyone.”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: With over 16 years experience in the recycling industry, Noah Goodman is known as an honest and straightforward executive. With his mathematics background, Noah designs straightforward, linear recycling solutions that work. Noah is the co-leader of Northstar and is accountable for Sales, Marketing, and Finance.
EDUCATION: B.S. in Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania
NOAH AFTER WORK: Noah’s time after work is dedicated to his wife Lori and his three boys, Ryan, Ben, and Ethan. An avid sports enthusiast, Noah enjoys playing golf and coaching his three sons in their sporting endeavors year round. Noah is heavily invested in his community where he supports the Jewish Community Center and the Jimmy Fund.