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Wastequip has reached a partnership agreement with Compology, a San Francisco-based waste technology company that provides waste container tracking and monitoring solutions.

Under the agreement, Wastequip has exclusive rights to Compology sensors sold on new roll-off containers purchased through Wastequip. The agreement allows Wastequip customers to schedule installation of the monitoring device at their yard or facility directly with Compology. These container monitoring devices contain GPS-enabled sensors and cameras to allow container location tracking and real-time fullness monitoring through Compology’s web-based dashboard.

With Compology roll-off container monitoring, waste haulers know exactly where their containers are located, how full each container is and how long it has been since the container was last emptied. This information allows haulers to better manage their costs and to improve customer service.

Published in the August 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Creative Waste Solutions, a diversified resource and recycle management company, has changed their name from Silverstar Resources, Inc. to reflect their current business model.

The company has recently acquired privately held Creative Waste Solutions, LLC and Integrated Waste Transportation Services, Inc. through cash and stock purchases.

Published in the August 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Plexus Recycling Technologies and Waste Treatment Technologies (WTT) have agreed to collaborate on systems in North America. This partnership adds a unique technology to the already growing line of Plexus companies; which includes Andritz MeWa, Komptech, Matthiessen & Zen-Robotics.

Marcel Vallen chief executive officer of Plexus Recycling Technologies said, “The alliance just makes sense as WTT has been a long standing partner. This allows Plexus to be a complete solution provider.”

Plexus Recycling Technologies was recently launched as a full line recycling solution provider. The company was formed by a team of industry leaders with one massive goal-to bring advanced recycling technologies from around the world together in systems that solve entrenched problems.

Waste Treatment Technologies (WTT) is an experienced supplier of high-tech waste treatment solutions. Founded in 1996, WTT has been designing, constructing, building and maintaining facilities all over the world and has completed over 120 facilities in a variety of waste applications.

The mechanical and biological facilities build by WTT vary from composting & bio-drying, anaerobic digestion, odor treatment to mechanical pre- and post-treatment of organic waste streams.

Published in the August 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Jeco Plastic Products, a manufacturer of plastic pallets and containers for the printing and automotive industries since 1973, has named Kent Anderson as president, effective June 27.

Prior to joining Jeco, Anderson was vice president of business development at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, and executive director of the Columbus (Indiana) Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. He has held manufacturing executive positions at Georg Utz and Audi. An engineering graduate of the United States Naval Academy, he also holds a Master of International Business Studies from the University of South Carolina. Anderson has four combat tours, most recently Iraqi Freedom in 2008 with the 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Indiana National Guard.

Published in the August 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

JWC Environmental has named Jesus Rodriguez business development manager for the Monster Screening Systems (MSS) products.

Rodriguez brings a mechanical engineering background coupled with 20 years of experience in the water and wastewater industries.

Prior to joining JWC Environmental, Rodriguez held positions with ITT Industries, Andritz, Parkson and Enviro-Care.

Published in the August 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Bandit Industries has hired John Mocny to serve as the company’s chief executive officer.

Mocny joined the Bandit team in February 2016, bringing decades of engineering and management experience from previous leadership roles with General Motors and Caterpillar. Mocny holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University, and a Master of Engineering Science and Management degree from the prestigious Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York.

Bandit owners Mike Morey Sr., Dianne Morey and Jerry Morey remain involved with the operations and management of the company. Jerry Morey continues to serve as president of Bandit Industries.

After numerous relocations for work over the past 23 years, Mocny said he and his wife decided to return to Michigan to be closer to family.

Published in the August 2016 Edition of American Recycler News