We’re making waste and recycling massively more efficient.
It’s a big idea.
RoadRunner Recycling was founded by Graham Rihn and a team of savvy entrepreneurs with years of experience in logistics, technology and the waste and recycling industry. RoadRunner hit the ground running with strong early sales revenues and a large capital investment from Adams Capital Management, a leading national venture capital firm with $815 million under management.
RoadRunner’s mission is to make recycling significantly more efficient for everyone. The end result is significant cost savings for your business, as well as increased recycling rates and lower carbon emissions for the planet. It’s a big opportunity – for our customers, for our investors, and for our team members. Needless to say, we’re pretty excited to talk trash with anyone who will listen.
Meet Our Team
RoadRunner’s team of innovative recycling and logistics experts is ready to take your call. Want to turn your trash into treasure? Give us a shout and let’s get started.
Founder and CEO
Steve Krebs, CPA
Vice President, Business Development
1040 5th Ave, Floor 4
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
RoadRunner Recycling Pittsburgh
2424 E York St #307
Philadelphia, PA 19125
RoadRunner Recycling Philadelphia
1400 Key Blvd, #100
Arlington, VA 22209
RoadRunner Recycling Washington, DC
Careers at RoadRunner
Do you like solving puzzles? Organizing really inefficient processes and making them elegant and easy? Are you looking for a job where your amazing skills and talents can be used to make big changes that will have positive impacts on the environment within the next year, much less the next decade?
RoadRunner is growing quickly and looking for talented people in software engineering, sales, logistics and customer service. Click here to view available positions.
Joel founded Adams Capital Management in 1994 and raised $815 million of capital since inception. Before establishing ACM, Joel served for eight years as Vice President and General Partner of Fostin Capital Corp., a Pittsburgh-based, family-owned investment firm.
Prior to Fostin, Joel served for seven years as a nuclear test engineer for General Dynamics, where he managed chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering teams and directed nuclear power plant sea trials. Joel is a member of several charitable organizations, a Trustee of Carnegie Mellon University and a frequently requested speaker on the topic of venture capital.
Mr. Woods is a retired senior executive of a large public company with broad experience in leading large dynamic organizations to achieve profitable growth, operational excellence, productivity, customer service, capital management and innovation. He is recognized as a visionary, strategic and inspirational leader who aligns his organization to be responsive to changes in customer behavior and market conditions. His management team and employees see him as having energy, strategic vision, operational and process insight, and unquestioned character and integrity.