Dan Burns Senior Vice President of Planning and Business Development
Mr. Burns has 35 years of experience in the waste generation and disposal business. He has been with WCS since January 2009. His broad experience includes operations, project management, D&D, business development, and management.
Dan supervises WCS’ sales and marketing efforts, develops pricing strategies and coordinates efforts with operations and licensing.
Matt works with Federal Customers, focusing on Department of Energy Customers.
Mr. LaBarge has been with WCS since 2010 serving various roles in business development and technical services. He has nearly 30 years of experience in the radioactive and hazardous waste industry. In his business development role, Matt relies on his strengths in understanding generator operations and needs along with excellent hazardous and radioactive waste technical skills.
Elizabeth works with Industrial and Federal Customers, focusing on the non-Utility Commercial Customers.
Ms. Broda has been with WCS since 2018 serving in business development and customer service. Elizabeth has 15 years of experience in the radioactive and hazardous waste industry. In her business development role, Elizabeth relies on her strengths in understanding generator operations and needs along with excellent understanding to connect the right resources to fulfill customer needs.
Patrick works with Oil & Gas and NORM Customers Nationwide.
Mr. Bailey recently joined WCS to further WCS efforts to support the Oil & Gas and NORM customers. Patrick has rich experience in the managing waste in these areas and has assisted customers in providing innovative and cost effective waste treatment and disposal. Patrick has an excellent understanding of regulatory framework throughout the nation and is a certified Radiation Safety Officer and NORM surveyor.
Mr. Davis has been with WCS for several years in Business Development and Sales. Dan has over 35 years experience, primarily in the Nuclear Power Plant industry. He has represented several prominent companies providing waste management, treatment, and disposal and is a recognized leader in these areas. Dan relies on his excellent working knowledge and experience of waste systems and his customer focused approach with his clients.
Mr. Ferguson has been with WCS since 2011 in Nuclear Power Plant Business Development and Sales. Steve has an excellent understanding of options that customers have for waste management and disposal. Steve has worked at waste generating facilities, processors in both operations and radiation safety groups.
Mr. Havlicak joined the Business Development team at WCS in 2007and has been working in the radioactive waste industry since 1999. Prior to 1999, Jeff worked with the characterization and remediation of hazardous wastes at RCRA and CERLCA site since 1987. Jeff has a BS degree in Geology from Idaho State University and a MS degree in Geological Engineering from the University of Nevada-Reno.
Matt supports NPP and D&D customers with project management and technical needs.
Mr. Hooper recently joined WCS. Matt is an accomplished project manager and nuclear engineer with diverse experience in waste management, waste characterization, and transportation. He is an energetic, detailed-oriented, thorough professional that provides excellent customer service. Matt was formerly responsible for WMG’s RADMAN Software, has performed many reactor activation analysis, along with large component plans.
Dave supports new and existing customers with all transportation and cask needs.
Mr. Tolbert is an accomplished operations manager and transportation system professional with diverse experiences at nuclear power plants, trucking, rail, and cask transport. He is a detail-oriented, thorough manager who meets deadlines, accommodates customer needs, provides solutions, and provides excellent customer service.
Mr. Britten has been with WCS since 2008 and has over 20 years of experience in the radioactive waste management industry. He has been the General Manager of the WCS site since June, 2018. Mr. Britten received his BS in Environmental Science from West Texas A&M University and has worked at numerous Department of Energy sites including the Pantex Plant, Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site, Idaho Cleanup Project, and the Nevada Security Site.