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Advantek Waste Management Services LLC, a waste management company and innovator of managing wastes produced by the oil and gas industry, disclosed that David J. Hayes has joined its board of directors. Hayes is a Distinguished Visiting Lecturer in Law at the Stanford Law School and a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress.

Prior to teaching at Stanford, Hayes served as the deputy secretary and chief operating officer of the Department of the Interior for Presidents Clinton and Obama from 1999-2001 and 2009-2013, respectively, including serving as the Department’s point person in managing the Interior’s response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico.

Published in the December 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Atlas Copco named Jamie Roush as its new vice president/business line manager, Construction Service Division to continue the growth of Atlas Copco’s consumables, parts and service business.

Roush brings more than 17 years of industry experience to his role and held several positions with Atlas Copco over the last seven years.

Roush has an undergraduate degree in physics from Muskingum University and attended Cleveland State University for graduate studies in mechanical

Published in the December 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) honored Morbark, Inc., with its “Pillar of the Industry Award,” reflecting Morbark’s work to improve the business environment for the equipment manufacturing industry.

Morbark was recognized for its efforts in 2015 to advocate for pro-manufacturing solutions to elected leaders and for their participation in AEM’s “I Make America” grassroots program.

To be eligible for AEM’s Pillar of the Industry award, a member company must meet qualifications to become involved in state and national issues. Notable activities in which employees of Morbark participated include a legislative fly-in to lobby Michigan representatives for their support of legislation to reauthorize the funding of the EX-IM Bank and the passage of a long-term Highway Bill, as well as an “I Make America” supporter sign-up at the company’s summer family picnic.

Published in the December 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc. has hired Chuck Munsey as its new Gulf Coast area manager. In his new role, Munsey will be responsible for new business development and sales of waste containers and carts, as well as container management services, for Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. He will report directly to Scott Smith, director − eastern region.

Published in the December 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

UNTHA Shredding Technology America, Inc. continues to grow and has added another member to its staff. Located in Hampton, New Hampshire, UNTHA America is a division of the Austrian-based UNTHA shredding technology GmbH, a provider of size reduction equipment for the recycling industry. Joining the U.S. team is Ethan Illsley as a service technician. Illsley will be trained to service the entire UNTHA line of shredding machines. He will provide maintenance and repair services, and will ultimately also have the ability to rebuild machines from the ground up should the need arise. Illsley will work out of the Hampton headquarters but will also travel throughout North America to service UNTHA clients.

Illsley is a recent graduate of the Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter, New Hampshire and is currently apprenticing under Frank Payson, UNTHA senior service technician at the Hampton headquarters. Later, he will travel to Austria for an extended training program.

Published in the November 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Altronix has added Adam Belkowitz as western regional sales manager.

Previously, Belkowitz had been instrumental in promoting Altrtonix products in California as a sales representative with Somerville Security Associates, Inc., an Altronix business partner.

Published in the November 2015 Edition of American Recycler News