Tenleytown Trash is DC's only locally owned & operated, CBE waste management and recycling company offering regular and bulk pick up.
Barney is a Washingtonian through and through. He was born and raised in DC and is a proud graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School. Barney has DC small business is in his blood, as his father owned Friendship Pharmacy in the 1960s, an old-fashioned drugstore complete with a soda fountain and lunch counter. After high school, Barney graduated from Syracuse University where he studied Dramatic Literature. He soon returned home where he worked in the DC government before starting his own builder/developer business, and eventually Tenleytown Trash out of the back of his personal pick-up truck. Barney works almost every day of the year, but when he isn’t working, he is coaching basketball for a Special Olympics team, spending time with his sons, exploring DC’s theatre scene, and rooting for the Nats. Email Barney.
Adrienne is a lifetime Washingtonian, having graduated from the Maret School. She came to Tenleytown Trash in 2005 via a property management firm. She has a B.S. in Finance from the University of Maryland and an MAT in Education. The thing she loves best about working at Tenleytown Trash is the people. She loves talking to clients and helping to manage Tenleytown Trash’s wonderful crew. In her spare time she owns and operates Fat Worm Compost.
Route Operations Manager
Jerome has been in the waste management business since the mid 1980s. A Washingtonian by way of North Carolina, Jerome’s favorite part of his job is ensuring that all of his routes run smoothly and efficiently. When he isn’t working, you can find Jerome putting thousand and thousands of miles a year on his Harley.
Allen has been working in civic engagement in DC since the late 1970s. As Manager of Community Engagement, Allen ensures that the needs of Tenleytown Trash’s community clients such as schools, churches, nonprofits and community partners are fully met. When not at Tenleytown Trash, he is running Earth’s Natural Force, Inc., an advocacy organization backed by the United Nations and DC’s Department of the Environment, for children who wish to save our environment.
Hallie Clemm, most recently the Solid Waste Management Deputy Administrator for the DC Department of Public Works will join the private sector starting January 2016 as the new COO for Tenleytown Trash. With more than 25 years of experience as an analyst, program manager and change agent working for the DC government and the Maryland Department of the Environment, she will be a welcome member of the Tenleytown Trash team.