Possesses over 15 years experience in the environmental management industry. Keen business instinct with extensive knowledge and expertise in all facets of office management including: maintaining all financial and accounting records, vendor management and negotiations, employee relations, and federal and state licensing procedures and protocols.

An entrepreneurial business owner and co-founder of Western Mass Environmental, LLC. Customer-centric focus combined with strong problem-solving abilities and passionate about driving business growth.


Western Mass Environmental, LLC West Springfield MA
Co-Founder and President

Co-founded WME, LLC. by utilizing industry experience and expertise. Manage all aspects of business as a small business owner including: accounts receivable and payable accounting and finances, vendor management including negotiations and current certification status; oversight of all human resource functions as well as processing and maintenance of all federal and state tax and licensing.

Yankee Candle, South Deerfield MA
Supply Chain Coordinator

Developed and maintained vendor relationships and coordinated receiving of incoming materials and stock from vendors and collaborated to ensure proper accounting procedures were followed.

Lashway Lumber, Williamsburg MA
Office Manager

Managed all functions of running the office including supple chain management, accounts receivables and payables, customer service and records management.

Cyn Environmental Services, Stoughton MA
Credit and Collections Manager, Waste Oil Division

Responsible for vendor negotiations in collecting overdue accounts and structuring payment plans to ensure company financial goals met.


Hampshire Regional High School, Westhampton MA
OSHA 10 Construction Certification

General Manager


Mr. Murphy has greater than 18 years experience in the environmental industry. At Cyn Environmental Services, Mr. Murphy was the Western Regional Manager, responsible for all aspects of environmental operations and sales, managing over 200 accounts with revenues of greater than 2.5 million dollars per year. Mr. Murphy’s expertise ranges from tank removal, remediation, emergency response and waste disposal.

Past experience ranging from field operator to regional manager, has allowed Mr. Murphy to become proficient at most facets of the environmental contracting industry. Mr. Murphy is the driving force behind Western Mass Environmental, from its inception to its exceptional growth over the last three years.


Massachusetts Maritime Academy
1984 - 1988
Bachelor of Science Degree in marine transportation, United States Coast Guard, License 3 rd mate.


Western Mass Environmental, Westfield, MA
2003 - Present
Vice President

Cyn Environmental Services, Stoughton, MA
2002 - 2003
Regional Manager / Estimator

Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Boston, MA
1988 - 2000
Foreman / Project Manager


Municipal Electric Company (Confidential Client) Ludlow, MA
Responded to a release of 9,600 gallons of non-PCB transformer oil. Due to a fire caused during the release, a large volume of rinsate water (later estimated to be 250,000 gallons) was also generated. Approximately 5,000 tons of soil was excavated, and several hundred thousand gallons of rinsate water were properly disposed of or treated and re-used. Due to elevated concentrations remaining, hydrogen peroxide was utilized to treat the remaining soil. Three treatments were completed, totaling over 10,000 gallons of hydrogen peroxide utilized.

Following and during the completion of remediation, a comprehensive assessment program was initiated. This program determined that the contaminant levels had been significantly reduced by the actions undertaken at the site. This allowed the determination of a level of No Significant Risk and closure of the site, in accordance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan 310 CMR 40.0000.

Hampden Zimmerman, Springfield, MA
In 1998, a fire destroyed a building in Springfield, Massachusetts. Following the fire, nine underground storage tanks (USTs) and fifteen hydraulic lifts, that the client had no knowledge of, were found. In total, five release tracking numbers were issued as a result of the demolition at the site, and subsequent impacted soil. All waste generated during the excavation of each tracking number were kept separate and disposed of according to source material and analyses. In total, over 2,000 tons of impacted soil was generated, and eventually all five tracking numbers were closed in accordance with the Massachusetts Contingency Plan 310 CMR 40.0000.

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