Fourth Generation Takes the Wheel at Rumpke
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Dec. 8, 2014— Bill Rumpke III has been named operations manager for Rumpke Waste & Recycling, representing the fourth generation of Rumpke family members taking leadership in the company.
In his new position, Bill Rumpke will oversee daily operations of waste, recycling and portable restroom services in Louisville and Southern Indiana.
“Like his father and grandfather, Bill began learning the family business with hands-on experience at a young age,” said Regional Vice President Greg Beamer. “It’s exciting to see the next generation carrying out the mission and values of this company. We have an excellent team in place and look forward to future success in this region.”
Previously, Bill Rumpke worked in Columbus, Ohio, where he managed residential services for 300,000 households including the company’s largest municipal contract. His responsibilities included recruitment, training and evaluation of 120 drivers and supervisors. He has also worked as a laborer, driver, route auditor and supervisor.
Bill Rumpke attended Columbia University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics while playing Division I baseball.
The company employs approximately 120 people in the Louisville area and owns a waste transfer station and recycling plant at 1101 W. Oak Street. Visit Rumpke careers for current job openings.