PACA Hires Lydon as ESH Director

The Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association (PACA) hired Bobbi Lydon as the newest addition to the association, stepping into the role of environmental, safety and health (ESH) director.

“The team at Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association eagerly welcomes Bobbi aboard,” said PACA board chairperson Jeff Detwiler of New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. Inc. “Given her wealth of professional expertise, we are confident she will thrive in advancing the crushed stone, ready mixed concrete, sand and gravel, and cement sectors for years to come.”

Andrew Gutshall, PACA’s environmental community chairperson, said, “I am thrilled to extend a warm welcome to our new EHS director, Bobbi Lydon. Her vast regulatory experience will make her an invaluable addition to our team. I look forward to the positive impact she will make within our organization and beyond.”

In this role, Lydon will offer strategic guidance on environmental, safety and health regulations, as well as provide educational support to PACA members regarding state and federal acts, statutes, regulations and on agencies’ initiatives. Additionally, Lydon will foster collaboration to advance statewide policies and regulations that promote the interests of the industries represented by the association.

Lydon most recently served as the regional environmental health and safety manager for Allegheny Raw Materials/P.J. Greco Sons. In this position, Lydon was responsible for overseeing a comprehensive range of environmental and safety regulatory compliance initiatives across 18 physical locations. She also previously worked as a project manager for Civil & Environmental Consultants and as an environmental specialist for Weavertown Environmental.

Lydon received her bachelor’s degree from Edinboro University in environmental science and her master’s from Northern Illinois University in natural environmental systems.

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