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Moley Magnetics, Inc. implemented management changes including the promotion of Jeff Seavers to the position of national sales manager.

Seavers, Moley Magnetics Great Lakes territory manager for the past three and half years, has accepted the new role of national sales manager. Effective immediately, Seavers will manage all the aspects of sales for the outside sales group in the Attachments & Equipment Division. In addition to Seavers’ management responsibilities, he will also handle Western Canada, Mexico and all US accounts west of the Mississippi.

In his place, Moley welcomed David Koch to their attachments and equipment division. Koch has over five years of national business development and sales experience in magnets, and a skill set that includes extensive product and sales training at customer and reseller levels.

As Moley’s sales manager, he will be responsible for the Great Lakes territory which includes the states of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Moley Magnetics recently moved headquarters to a 52,000 sq.ft. machine shop, distribution facility and corporate offices in Lockport, New York.

Published in the June 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Wastebuilt Environmental Solutions, LLC has appointed David E. McKeon as its chief operating officer.

McKeon joins Wastebuilt with considerable experience managing all facets of industrial distribution, manufacturing, and service. Prior to joining Wastebuilt, he spent nine years as president of C&H Distributors, where he oversaw its North American operations. His operating experience also includes leadership positions with McMaster-Carr Supply, Beckley Cardy Group, and USABlueBook.

Published in the May 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS), Chicagoland’s leading independent recycling and waste diversion provider, has acquired Northbrook, Illinois-based C&D Recycling. With the acquisition, LRS will control and process over 2 million tons of waste material annually, more than any other privately held company in Illinois. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Founded in 2007, C&D Recycling is an integrated recycling facility. With the addition of C&D Recycling, LRS now operates six material recovery facilities throughout the Chicago area and Illinois with annual revenues in excess of $130 million and over 540 full-time employees.

Published in the May 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

The Construction and Forestry Division of Flint Equipment Company’s South Carolina dealerships have joined a growing network of companies that offer Bandit® equipment. Flint Construction and Forestry Division will handle sales, parts and service of all large Bandit equipment in the region, including all whole tree chippers and The Beast® horizontal grinders.

Published in the May 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

BioHiTech Global, Inc., a green technology company, has appointed Dennis Soriano to the position of director of business development and strategic relationships to expand the company’s portfolio of Fortune 500 customers and innovative clean technology solutions.

Soriano joins BioHiTech after five years with Waste to Water LLC, one of the company’s competitors, where he served as the company’s chief executive officer.

Over the course of his 40 year career in the waste and recycling industries, Soriano has developed significant experience in contract negotiation, environmental permitting, facility operations and mergers and acquisitions.

Soriano’s earlier experience included the position of chief operating officer of Greenstar Recycling where he oversaw operations, supply chain management and organizational development. Prior to Greenstar he served as vice president of business development for Waste Management Recycle America.

Published in the May 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Atlas Copco welcomed Cooper Equipment Co. of San Antonio, Texas, to its growing dealer network. The new dealer will sell, rent and service Atlas Copco Dynapac pavers as well as soil and asphalt rollers to meet customer demand for road construction equipment in central Texas.

Cooper Equipment Co. will offer customer service and training for its asphalt and road construction equipment. Cooper plans to open a second store in Georgetown, Texas.

Published in the May 2016 Edition of American Recycler News