Jill Gaffigan is a Senior Consultant and Environmental Economist based in Georgia with more than 25 years of experience focused on solid waste advisory.
Jill assists clients with complex solid waste management issues, waste reduction, recycling, beneficial reuse, and the sustainable disposal of domestic and international solid waste streams and industrial byproducts. She advises clients on conventional and renewable waste systems, issues surrounding waste technologies, the effects of supply chain management, operational efficiency, the intensity and characterization of waste production, risk management and performance frameworks.
With deep experience shaping operational efficiency strategies, Jill can facilitate large-scale waste management and waste diversion projects to both the public and private sectors. Examples of her client work include recycling studies, developing zero waste to landfill and climate resiliency initiatives, waste collection studies, feasibility assessments, solid waste planning, rate studies/audits, the development of procurement strategies and the operational and financial evaluation of disposal solutions including: landfills, beneficial reuse, land spreading, surface impoundments, material recovery facilities, composting and waste to energy (WTE).
Career Summary of Jill Gaffigan
- Specialties: Waste Management & Diversion, Operational Efficiency, Environmental Infrastructure, Stakeholder Engagement, Contracts and Negotiation, Litigation Support
- Practice Areas: Environmental Management, Waste Management
- Disciplines: Environmental Engineering, Economics
- Education: B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies, Engineering & Environmental Economics, Clarkson University 1991