Earlier this month, Hull’s announced the addition of Harry Marsh as Senior Vice President. Harry has been in the environmental services arena for more than 30 years. Prior to joining Hull’s, Harry held a variety of operations and executive roles at SWS Environmental Services.
Like many of us in the environmental services business, Harry began his environmental career in the field, cleaning up diesel spills, pressure washing tanks, hauling waste drums, working long hours and extended periods of time – it comes with the territory. Eventually, that knowledge and experience he gained in the field was leveraged through leadership roles in operations and executive management.
From Puerto Rico to Bolivia, Maine to California, Harry has traveled great distances in response to major incidents, including massive oil spills, natural disasters and biological threats. Those events include some of the worst incidents in history – the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and Hurricane Katrina.
Since environmental emergencies aren’t occurring 24 hours a day, everyday, over the course of thirty years, Harry gained invaluable knowledge and experience in environmental remediation, field services, waste management and industrial services as well. In fact, Harry has participated in, managed or directed nearly every type of emergency environmental scenario possible.
Executive Vice President of Hull’s, Tony Payne, commented on Harry joining the organization. “Harry’s been in and around this business for decades and served in a wide variety of roles. His knowledge of emergency response and environmental services is second to none. With that decades long experience, he’s also developed long standing relationships inside and outside of the environmental services industry that add tremendous value to Hull’s and Hulls’ clients. Harry will be a tremendous asset for us.”
For additional details, read the official press release.