Haz Away Today strives to reduce the amount and impact of hazardous waste on earth.
Protecting our planet one home at a time.
Founders Drew Boyles and Eric Busch are avid surfers, passionate about protecting our planet.
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Haz Away Today was founded in June 2015 by Drew Boyles, who had one simple mission:
To provide customers with an easy, reliable means of removing household and business place hazardous waste materials in a proper, timely, and efficient manner, while also minimizing, and even eliminating, negative environmental impacts in the process, ultimately helping our families, businesses and environment maintain sustainability.
Drew Boyles is an entrepreneur and community leader who believes in balancing responsible business with environmental stewardship. As a surfer for 27 years, Drew understands firsthand the fragility of our ecosystem. In his early 20s, Drew became the Co-Chairperson of Surfrider Foundation, Malibu /Santa Monica chapter, a grassroots non-profit environmental organization that works to protect and preserve the world's oceans, waves, and beaches.
Drew Boyles’ business experience spans 25 years of executive leadership and management consulting with employers such as Brunswick Corporation, Starbucks Coffee and Andersen Management Consulting, as well as dozens of large and small companies. Since 2004, Drew has been a 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise with multiple operations in California and Illinois. He has been a franchisee of You Move Me, America’s Favorite Local Mover, since 2013. He and his oldest son, Ryan, developed and patented Crypt Cases, a collapsible storage case for the action sports industry.
Drew is a proud husband and father of five. Drew dedicates his time to his community by serving as a Community Board Member of ESMoA (El Segundo Museum of Art), Chairman of the El Segundo Economic Development Advisory Council and as Coach and a Commissioner of AYSO Soccer in El Segundo. Drew has served in various leadership capacities with Entrepreneurs' Organization, including President of the Los Angeles Chapter, US West Area Director, the US West Membership Director and West Regional Director.
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Eric Busch understands the importance of our environment and how it shapes our lives and our economy. In 2008, he and his wife Andrea opened Electric Bikes LA, a successful folding and electric bicycle retail store promoting alternative modes of transportation. Eric also serves as the Executive Director, Corporate Safety at a major motion picture studio, and is responsible for Corporate Safety worldwide. He is a UCLA graduate, in biology, and has been in the Safety and Environmental field over 24 years - first at Northrop Grumman and now at the studio. He led the effort to certify a major motion picture studio to the ISO14001 environmental standard, the only studio to do so.
Eric is a proud husband and father of four fantastic adult children. He believes we have an obligation to act locally for the betterment of our community and our environment. From 2004-2012, he served as a city council member and Mayor of the City of El Segundo, CA. He currently serves on the El Segundo Kiwanis board of directors, and as an Advisory Director to TreeMusketeers. As a beach lifeguard in college, and as an avid surfer, he recognized the importance of our clean beaches and ocean to the economic vitality of our region. He sees HazAwayToday as one more way to help reduce the impacts of our society on the environment and hopes you will too.
Entrepreneurship courses through Ryan’s veins, nurtured by a lineage of innovators. From incorporating his first LLC in high school to navigating startup ventures, he treasures the lessons learned: resilience and meticulous market research. As a former truck team member at 1-800-Got-Junk?, Ryan mastered route management and cost optimization. Promoted to manager during the 2008 recession, he honed his grit and nurtured a fascination with scalable waste management solutions. Venturing into recruiting and operations at Clutter Storage, he fueled his passion for ideation, execution and leadership. Today, as co-founder of HazAwayToday, Ryan fuses waste expertise with rapid growth experience, revolutionizing the industry sustainably.
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