H2O Environmental, Inc., is a full-service, hazardous materials firm providing our customers with superior responses to emergency situations, management of hazardous materials for ongoing operations, industrial cleaning and training. We are big enough to provide the full complement of expertise and equipment to deal with any situation yet small enough to consistently outperform our competitors in response time and efficiency.

H2O Environmental was founded by John Bradley in 1996. A veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, John initially saw a growing need for a statewide environmental services company providing a full range of services for the state of Nevada. The company quickly expanded to two operational bases – Las Vegas and Reno – in our first few years of operation. After over a decade of developing and refining our operational practices to provide a complete range of services to our customers, we began opening new operational bases in 2007 with the strategy to cover the geographic area in the heart of the Western United States that now comprises our service territory.
John Bradley - Founder

After service in the U. S. Marine Corps John worked in the excavation industry and attended the University of Nevada Reno. In 1989 started Waters Excavation in Reno NV with George Waters of Waters Vacuum Truck Service.  During the 6 years together John saw a need for a full service statewide vacuum truck service and opened H2O Environmental in Las Vegas in 1996.  Over the last 18 years H2O Environmental has been developed and designed into a full service environmental company that takes care of our customers unique concerns in our geographic areas.   

Stan Leopard - Partner, Chairman of the Board

Following service as a top USAF instructor pilot and regular officer, Stan’s professional career has been focused on developing, leading and monetizing private enterprises in a variety of roles: CEO, chairman, founder, board member, strategic advisor and investor. Stan has served as CEO of seven companies – four where he was a founder and three as a restructuring executive -  and as chairman of twelve other mid-sized private companies. Stan’s breadth of experience and expertise enables him to provide leadership in innovation, producing competitive advantages and building top performing enterprises. Working from a values-based philosophy of business, Stan is committed to creating both economic and social wealth for all stakeholders in H2O. 

Jeffrey Hanhausen - President, Board member

Jeffrey Hanhausen has spent over 30 years in executive roles building powerful teams. He has described the purpose of the roles President, COO, and CFO as “building enterprise value through operations.” In holding these roles himself, he has shown acumen for constituting and developing high performance teams, designing and executing competitive advantages in operational practices, and reducing costs in situations of radical market change. He has consistently accomplished superior operating results in a variety of situations, contributing to a strong balance sheet and increased enterprise value.

In several opportunities covering three different industries, Jeffrey took enterprises that were threatened by competition, weak strategies and broken operational practices and produced stability and then competitive advantage. His work to turn around these enterprises produced significant returns to the owners and avoided potential business-ending threats.

Greg Scyphers, CEM – Principal, Executive Vice President

Greg Scyphers received his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental and Resource Science focusing on Environmental Chemistry and Environmental Toxicology from The University of Nevada, Reno. Greg acquired a breadth of experience before joining H2O Environmental, Inc. in 1999.  He developed skills in the EPA methods of analysis for organics at an environmental laboratory, performed public health and safety duties in vector borne disease identification and control and gained a broad knowledge in Hazmat emergency response and remediation. Greg ran the company's Reno base from 1999 thru 2013 with responsibility to build and develop the new base, maintain and expand staff expertise and directly manage large-scale emergency response incidents and remediation projects.

Greg added regulatory compliance for the entire firm to his responsibilities in 2006. This role includes ensuring that H2O Environmental complies company-wide with waste handling and disposal regulations, monitoring and implementing changes to DOT and EPA regulations and auditing disposal sites. Greg was named Executive Vice President in 2013. In this role he is developing and expanding the company’s standard practices for operations and compliance, working directly with the team of base managers and other executive team members.

Tracy Carlise – Corporate Business Development Manager

Native of Arizona, with 19 years in the environmental experience serving the Southwestern states. Tracy started her environmental career in 1996 at US Ecology in Beatty Nevada. She is currently working for H2O Environmental, Inc. in and around the Las Vegas area serving as the Corporate Business Development Manager. Tracy has collectively spent 5 years working for H2O Environmental, Inc. Tracy is well versed in Regulatory Compliance pertaining to hazardous waste disposal and transportation. Including characterizing waste and identifying chemical components for proper profiling, LDR requirements and manifesting. She has spent time in the field as a Project Manager over various jobs to include; lab packing, emergency response spill clean-ups and EPA Superfund projects.

Edward Savre, CPA - Chief Financial Officer

Edward is a certified public accountant through the Idaho State Board of Accountancy and leads the corporate finance department. His 18 years of experience in public and private accounting bring a high level of accountability, accuracy, reliability and integrity to the financial operations of the company. Edward earned his Business Administration degree from California State University - Long Beach in 1997. He is a member of the Idaho Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Edward volunteers his time as Treasurer and Assistant Scout Master of a local Scout troop. He also coaches little league baseball and softball every year. His past notable volunteer experience includes working as Treasurer of a local church and Den Leader of a Cub Scout den.

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