Jason Leck is a third generation family business owner. He started his environment industry career on the back of recycling truck in 1989, at the age of 12 during the summer months off from school and continued through his college graduation in 1999 from the University of Rhode Island. While at the University of Rhode Island he majored in business management and minored in finance, and also played Ice Hockey for the Univ. of Rhode Island Ram’s. And was a member of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. After graduating college he worked his way through the family company where today he currently has the privilege to serve as the President and part owner of Leck Waste Services. Jason also has served on the Pennsylvania Independent Waste Haulers Association (PIWHA) board of Directors since 2001 as the Secretary / Treasurer of the Non-Profit organization. He is also a Past Master for Newtown Masonic Lodge 427. Jason spends most of his free time in one of two places, either on the water, doing offshore salt water fishing or on the mat practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu where he is currently a 2nd degree purple belt. He also enjoys spending his free time volunteering for the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary as a flotilla member of Brigantine NJ 8-5. As the President of Leck Waste Services, Jason is responsible for creating vision and promoting future growth for the Leck Waste Services organization.