Bryan M. Wehler, P.E., P.G.

Mr. Wehler is President and Chief Executive Officer.  Mr. Wehler has 15 years of experience in solid waste engineering, geotechnical engineering, and renewable energy engineering.  In addition to providing a broad range of permitting and construction support services to the solid waste industry, Mr. Wehler is actively involved with the natural gas industry in the Appalachian Basin as it relates to geotechnical engineering needs pertaining to fluid storage impoundments, water pipelines, and well pad and access road design optimization. Mr. Wehler also directs ARM’s numerous renewable energy projects involving wind and solar energy designs and installations, including the patented design and construction of an 85-kW solar system on the face of a mechanically-stabilized earth berm at the South Hadley Landfill, which received the 2012 Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) Excellence Award for Landfill Re-Use (Bronze Medal). Mr. Wehler was also the Engineer-of-Record for the Frey Farm Wind Energy Project, a 3.2-MW wind project along the Susquehanna River in Lancaster County, PA developed by a partnership between Turkey Hill Dairy, PPL Renewable Energy, and the Lancaster County Solid Waste Authority. This project, which provides 25% of the electricity to Turkey Hill Dairy, was completed in January 2011 and received the 2012 SWANA Excellence Award for Landfill Re-Use (Silver Medal). Mr. Wehler holds professional engineering licenses in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky, a professional geologist license in Pennsylvania, and graduated from Colgate University with a B.A. in Geology, Bucknell University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering, and earned an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.