How We Got Started and Who We Are
The vision for Greeneye Partners began in 2009 with the goal of assisting electronic recyclers with their downstream vendor due diligence requirements for the R2 and e-Stewards standard. It began as an informal brainstorming session with recyclers, auditors and industry professionals sitting around a table thinking there has got to be a better way to conduct downstream vendor audits without every company sending auditors around the world. It just didn’t make sense from an economical or environmental standpoint.
Greeneye Partners was launched in 2010 to provide the solution recyclers, manufacturers and end processors were looking for. Greeneye Partners sends experienced environmental, health and safety auditors all around the world to audit facilities. We share the cost of the audit between many companies, thus reducing the costs and environmental footprint for all involved.
Meet Our Partners
Greeneye Partners is comprised of Kelley Keogh, Nicole Delich, and Bob Delich who together have over 80 years experience in the solid waste, hazardous waste, recycling and composting industries.
Kelley Keogh has worked since 1992 in the recycling industry as an Environmental, Health and Safety Professional. She has extensive experience in ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 9001, R2 and e-Stewards certifications. She has audited recycling plants throughout North America, Asia, the EU and Latin America for environmental, health and safety compliance and trained both R2 and RIOS auditors. Kelley was on the original Committee of Experts for the R2 standard and worked on the first version and revisions of the R2 standard since 2007.
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Bob has an extensive background in environmental, health and safety compliance and has worked in the electronics recycling industry since 1995. Bob has held positions that include Recycling Manager and General Manager, allowing him to have valuable insight into the day-to-day issues that affect the industry. Bob’s areas of expertise include downstream vendor auditing, internal auditing, EH&S compliance, and training and management system implementation.
Emily has supported companies in certification preparation to ISO 14001, ISO 9001 ISO 45001, R2, RIOS, e-Stewards since 2014 across four continents through training and implementation of systems. Having previously worked with the Sonoma County Winegrowers as the Sustainability Manager she supported grape growers and wineries to meet the requirements of the California CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE certification audit process. In Ghana Emily worked for the Clinton Foundation working on sustainability issues, and women’s equality.