Openings on Public Advisory Committee

Are you a resident of Beaver County that is involved in the community? Do you have a general interest in waste management matters? Do you have expertise or experience that you could bring to an advisory committee with a particular focus on environmental and occupational health and safety compliance? If so, Claystone Waste has openings on our PAC that may interest you.

Our Public Advisory Committee (PAC) is a committee of the Board of Directors of Claystone Waste whose purpose is to advise the Board on issues of community concern or interest on our regional waste facilities and services. The Committee consists of public member appointments made by the Board and appointments made by municipal shareholders via Council selection. There are six (6) public member positions on the PAC, with openings for four (4) positions. Appointments will be made for a three-year term commencing April 1st, 2022.

Eligibility and Selection criteria includes:

  • Public member appointees must be a resident of one of Claystone Waste’s shareholding municipalities:  Beaver County, Town of Tofield, Town of Viking, Village of Ryley or Village of Holden.
  • Public member appointees will be selected based on an evaluation of expertise and experience in key focus areas including environmental and occupational health and safety compliance, community involvement and general interest in waste management matters.
  • At least one public member appointee will represent youth in the community of an age of 30 or under.

If you are interested in being a part of our PAC, please send a cover letter and resume to Candidates submissions will be accepted until February 17, 2022. Interviews and applicant selection will follow with the appointment of PAC public members in March 2022.

Please call our office at 780.663.2038, and ask for Communications if you have questions.

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