William Bingham, Vice President, Business Development, Loci Controls
While finishing his undergraduate studies in biochemistry at Stanford University, William Bingham founded the country’s first medical waste company that became the recognized leader in the industry. After selling the business to Browning Ferris Industries, Mr. Bingham was given divisional responsibility to help build BFI Medical Waste Systems to national acclaim. Subsequently, he held several senior leadership roles in BFI, and after leaving the organization, became the CEO of multiple companies, including Red Sky Interactive, where he was nominated as a finalist for the coveted Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Prior to joining Loci Controls, Inc., Mr. Bingham was employed by Waste Management, Inc., where he held responsibility for all of Waste Management healthcare solutions operations in the eastern United States. Today, as vice president business development for Loci Controls, Mr. Bingham has responsibility for all sales and business development activity for the company.