Revolutionary Medical Waste Startup Adds More Expertise to Their Board

We are proud to announce the addition of Dr. Rick Afable, technology executive Shawn Dougherty, and service quality leader Steve Mulvany to our board of directors here at OnSite Waste Technologies. These appointments follow the recent close of our $3.5M seed round, which will support our go-to-market efforts.

Dr. Afable has held many high-level positions in the healthcare field to include President and CEO at St. Joseph Hoag Health in Newport Beach, CA, President and Chair of the Board at BeWell Orange County, CA, and Chief Medical Officer of Catholic Health East in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. He has an extensive background in internal medicine and geriatrics that spans several decades.  

Shawn Dougherty is the co-founder of mophie®, the number one selling battery case manufacturer for mobile devices in North America. Shawn was COO when mophie® built an exclusive partnership with Apple and grew from three employees in a barn in Michigan to a multi-million dollar business with 300+ employees in five facilities worldwide. She has also led product development for several notable tech companies, including Directed Electronics, Orion, ADST, and Stryker.

Steve Mulvany is President and founder of Management Tools Inc., which works on a long-term basis with companies throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia implementing strategies to improve management and service quality practices which impact company performance and customers’ perceptions.

With the appointment of Afable, Dougherty, and Mulvany, OnSite Waste’s board *** Link to the about us page *** consists of six members. Other board members include: Mike Bienvenuti, Chairman of the Board and CFO, Brad Barnes CEO, and Mike Beaudoin, Director of Private Equities at Mark IV Capital.

With liability and risk management top of mind for medical practices

and the need to increase convenience and efficiency in all areas, now is the time for practices to adopt a new technology.  

Our TE-5000 has been lab tested and approved by regulatory agencies to provide an onsite option for small quantity generators (SQG).

Medical practices of all specialties demand safety, compliance, and convenience for the disposal of sharps and other medical waste such as gauze, swabs, and more.

To see our official press release announcement of our newest board appointments, click here.

For more information about on-premise medical waste solutions, please see below.

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