HOT HOT HOT:

  • Advertise with American Recycler today!

  • CALL FOR CURRENT SPECIALS - WE WANT TO WORK WITH YOU!

  • Publish an ad in American Recycler because we get results. Don't hesitate!

Smaller Default Larger

Masaba Mining Equipment, a manufacturer of bulk handling equipment, has named James R. Peterson president.

Peterson has worked in sales and marketing at Masaba the past seven years. His most recent experience prior to joining Masaba was business owner and president of Canica-Jaques VSI Crushers.

Peterson holds a MBA from Mississippi State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Marquette University.

Published in the January 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc. (GBB) disclosed that Stephen Simmons has joined the firm as Vice President. Formerly a GBB Principal Associate in 2012 and 2013, he is a sustainable development business leader with more than 30 years of experience in the energy and environmental services sectors. Having worked with leading international energy operating companies and engineering / consulting firms, he is highly experienced in program and project management, new business development, waste and power marketing, technology evaluation, business financial modeling, profit and loss management, facility design, procurement and construction.

Simmons was most recently Fuel Sourcing Manager at Evergreen Community Power, a 25 MW combined heat and power facility fueled with waste-derived biomass. At Plasco Energy Group, which focuses on creating renewable energy from municipal solid waste using a plasma gasification process, he led project development efforts in the United States and Caribbean Basin which included preparing market studies, leading contract negotiations, and managing the regulatory approval process. As vice president, business development, of ADAGE LLC, he was part of a team that developed facilities converting forestry waste into clean renewable energy. He also directed the commercial development, site selection, feedstock supply, and off-take agreements for Losonoco, Inc., a biofuels start up.

As founding and managing member of Mainland Technologies, an energy environmental consulting firm, he provided business development, project management, and acquisition services for four years. Early in his career, he spent over 15 years as business project manager for American Ref Fuel Company, now Covanta. He was responsible for directing business development efforts, managing waste and energy revenue generation, and implementing public and community affairs programs throughout the mid-Atlantic region. He also led project teams conducting acquisition due diligence, facility design, and construction in the energy from waste industry.

Published in the January 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Newalta Corporation has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.0625 per common share for the fourth quarter of 2015, payable on January 15, 2016 to all shareholders of record on December 31, 2015. The ex-dividend date is December 29, 2015.

Newalta expects that the dividends will be “eligible dividends” for income tax purposes and thus qualify for the enhanced gross-up and tax credit regime for certain shareholders.

Published in the January 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Terramac, a manufacturer of rubber track crawler carriers, expanded its representation in the North American market to include Bobcat of St. Louis as part of its dealer network. Bobcat of St. Louis will represent the versatile Terramac product line across designated regions of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee.

Bobcat of St. Louis will offer the Terramac RT9 and RT14 crawler carrier units to serve a variety of industries including pipeline, utility, general construction, environmental and mining. In addition to a standard convertible dump to flat bed or rock dump bed, Bobcat of St. Louis will also offer a wide range of customizable support attachments, which Terramac units are designed to accommodate, such as: bark blowers, hydroseeders, cranes, drills, generators and tanks. The team at Bobcat of St. Louis will provide professional sales, rental and support on the Terramac product line from their eight locations across Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee.

Bobcat of St. Louis is an equipment provider with over 25 years of experience serving the construction, rental, landscaping, agriculture, grounds maintenance, government, utility, industrial and mining markets.

Published in the January 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Caterpillar Inc. and Lefort North America LLC have entered into an exclusive marketing agreement for supply of Lefort hydraulic shears and balers commonly used in scrap metal recycling. The Lefort products, available in stationary and portable versions, will be sold and supported exclusively by Cat® Dealers in the U.S. and Canada.

The vision for this agreement is to combine the strength of Caterpillar’s distribution network with Lefort’s innovative design and precision engineered products.

Founded in 1947, Lefort manufactures machines in their Belgium factories using state-of-the art engineering and design methods. Lefort’s North American headquarters is located in West Palm Beach, Florida. This location is also the parts distribution center dedicated to the U.S. and Canada.

Published in the January 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Swarthout Recycling has reached its 25th consecutive year of service in the upstate region of New York.

Swarthout Recycling started 25 years ago as a scrap steel business and has since expanded to include glass, cardboard, tin, plastic and paper. A fleet of 10 trucks deliver 500 roll off containers for commercial, municipal, industrial and residential use. In the past five years, Swarthout started collection trash strictly on a commercial basis.

Published in the January 2016 Edition of American Recycler News