Phill Sexton - Landscape Disruptors

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What Do You Know About Snow? An Environmental Snow Harvard Expert Weighs In

What do you know about the snow removal business? We're going to guess that you may not know as much as Phil Sexton does from WIT companies, advisors, and Co-Op. We were a little caught off-guard mid podcast when Phil mentioned he was a graduate from Harvard University earning a master's degree in environment and sustainability management. All of that aside, he and Stanley the Dirt Monkey Genadek get into the details of snow removal and what that looks like in the next ten years.

Everything from salt sustainability to liability and the other snow and ice melting applications is hitting the market. One would think that there are a plethora of options out there. Still, Phil quickly gives a high-level overview of how environmental sustainability isn't as easy as it may seem, plus he gets into the details of what's being legislated by the government and how salt usage could become strictly regulated.

All in all, it is a thought-provoking episode with two great minds in the snow and ice management industry.

About Phill Sexton

Phill Sexton is the Founder & Managing Director of WIT Companies, WIT Advisers, and The WIT Collaborative (Co-Op). WIT Advisers administers the Sustainable Winter Management (SWiM)® program and is the industry adviser to the Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA). Phill also serves as Adjunct Professor at the Center of Agriculture and Natural Resources of the State University of New York (SUNY) at Cobleskill. He holds degrees in agriculture, horticulture and business economics from the State University of NY and a master’s degree in Sustainability from Harvard University, where he focused his studies on corporate innovation & sustainability and researching salt use by the winter management industry.

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