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Genesis Attachments has named Mike Ganier as its Southeast regional manager. Covering North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, Mike brings 15 years of attachment sales experience and more than a decade of scrap and recycling industry specialization to Genesis.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Complete Recycling, a recycling firm based in San Diego, has opened its first office in the eastern United States.

Industry veteran, Kahley Malloy, will serve as the managing director of Complete Recycling’s new regional office, located in Alabama. In his new role, Malloy will be responsible for business development, vendor management and client satisfaction.

Malloy has spent over 20 years providing clients with resource management and sustainability consulting, landfill-diversion program design, and data reporting services. Prior to joining Complete Recycling, he owned a landfill diversion and spend-management consultancy, worked for Oakleaf Waste Management, and was part of Schneider Electric’s Sustainability Services Group.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

BACE, a manufacturer of balers and compactors for the recycling and waste-disposal industries, has acquired property into which it will move its corporate headquarters. In addition to corporate offices, the building includes 90,000 sq.ft. of manufacturing space. The new headquarters will be located at 322 West 32nd Street in Charlotte, North Carolina. The move should be completed by March of 2015.

Published in the January 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

The National Demolition Association (NDA) has named Cheryl Caulfield as executive director. Caulfield will work directly with NDA leaders and volunteers to help guide and execute on the organization’s strategic initiatives, programs and policies. Caulfield is replacing NDA executive director Michael R. Taylor who is retiring from the association after 25 years of service.

Caulfield has more than 20 years of association experience, including a mix of advocacy, member education, membership development, financial management and meetings management experience. She spent a number of years working for building and real estate associations, including several years at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), where she was both a senior vice president for government affairs and, before that, vice president for the NAHB Builder 20 Clubs.

Caulfield has also served as president/chief executive officer of the American Bearing Manufacturers Association (ABMA). Working with both global and domestic manufacturing chief executive officers, she was responsible for the daily management of ABMA and implemented the organization’s strategic initiatives and global anti-counterfeiting programs, education, ANSI standards development and industry relations.

Published in the December 2014 Edition of American Recycler News

Go To Parts – Wastequip’s newest aftermarket parts division that offers genuine OEM aftermarket parts for waste, recycling and construction equipment – recently added a new position at its corporate headquarters. Dean Rank has joined the Go To Parts team as its first new business development manager.

Rank brings over nine years of experience in the waste and recycling industry, most recently serving as hauler account manager at PTR Baler and Compactor. Prior to PTR, Rank served as vice president of national accounts for New Market Waste Solutions, a national company also based in Charlotte.

In his new role, Rank will be responsible for business development and account management with dealers and end-users.

Published in the December 2014 Edition of American Recycler News

Mary Lynn Smedinghoff has joined Synagro Technologies as vice president and chief human resources officer. She will be responsible for developing the strategic direction and formulation of all company human resource policies, procedures, systems and initiatives.

Smedinghoff has significant experience in organizational development, talent management, compensation, benefits, payroll, labor relations, manufacturing, environmental services, publishing and consumer related industries.

Most recently, she was based in Chicago serving as executive vice president, chief human resources officer with Veolia Environnement. Prior to Veolia, she held human resource positions with the Millard Group, Rand McNally, NutraSweet and Frito-Lay.

Published in the December 2014 Edition of American Recycler News