Our office is located in the Morse Industrial Park, just off of Exit 18, in Georgia.

Address: 158 Morse Dr. Fairfax, VT 05454

Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm

(notice: Georgia location drop-off hours – Monday-Friday 8:30am – 3:30pm, Saturday 8:00am – 1:00pm)

Email: info@nwswd.org

Phone: (802) 524-5986

Fax: (802) 524-5987

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John Leddy, Executive Director
John Leddy is the NWSWD’s Executive Director. John came on board at the District in May of 2009. Before this he committed to two years of national service with Americorps NCCC, worked for organizations like the Nature Conservancy and the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps, and even taught high school for a spell. He hates waste and loves the old saying, “Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without!” He loves being outside in Vermont on foot, skis, and bike, camping and sometimes mixing and matching these activities to achieve maximum outdoor adventure.

Pam Bolster, Business Manager 
Pam Bolster is the District’s Business Manager. Pam joined the District in 2010 with an extensive background in non-profit finance, office and data management as well as experience in human resources. Her strong convictions about reducing waste, recycling, re-use, and composting make the NWSWD a great fit for her belief system. She is a bibliophile with deep appreciation for language and the written word and is on a never ending quest for knowledge. She enjoys gardening, music, travel, and just being outdoors among many other interests and hobbies.

Shannon Plant, Operations Coordinator
Shannon Plant is our Operations Coordinator. She holds an Associate’s Degree in Secretarial Studies and Office Accounting from CCV. Shannon started her career working for an educational facility and then took a hiatus to raise her children. She returned to the workforce more than a decade later in the hospitality industry where she witnessed a disheartening amount of waste! Having always been a hippie at heart with a passion for planet preservation and animal rights and welfare, she now feels at peace as a member of our organization. She is a lifelong resident of Vermont and a longtime resident of Franklin County where she lives with her family, and their Old English Sheepdog, Daisy. She enjoys reading, music, plant based cooking, and living simply.