Nauset Disposal Welcomes Gil Ricci Back to Team

Site Services Manager for Plymouth
Gil Ricci, Site Services Manager for Nauset Disposal in Plymouth. (Courtesy of Nauset Disposal)

Nauset Disposal is pleased to announce the return of Gil Ricci to the company’s management team. Gil re-joins the company after spending three years at Cape Air managing their Materials Department.  Gil is no stranger to the waste industry as he served in several managerial roles over 3 years at Nauset Disposal.

Ricci’s new position at Nauset Disposal will be as Site Services Manager for the company’s new location in Plymouth. In this role, Gil will leverage his experience in Multi-Site management to ensure Nauset Disposal’s customers continue to receive top-notch customer service. He will oversee operations relating to residential services, job site portable toilets/dumpsters, event restrooms, special jobs, and temporary fencing.

Shawn DeLude, owner of Nauset Disposal, states, “Gil Ricci is a hardworking, strong manager that strives for greatness. Nothing speaks higher of a company’s strength, credibility and character than when a player rejoins their former team. I speak for all the employees at Nauset Disposal when I say we are excited to have Gil back.”

In his role at Cape Air, Gil was responsible for managing $9 Million in aircraft parts spread out over 30+ locations. Despite the logistical challenges this posed, his department was able to ensure the materials needed were on-site to ensure operations ran smoothly, airplanes were flying and customers were happy.

Gil is a lifelong resident of Mashpee. You can find him enjoying the waters on Cape Cod with his wife Amanda and three children: Jackson, Lilly, and Gavin. Please help Nauset Disposal welcome Gil back to the team!


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