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Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s national consumer battery collection and recycling organization, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its commitment to help Canadians collect used batteries for recycling and record-breaking collections in 2016.

The organization was founded in 1997 by the battery industry long before provincial mandates to collect and recycle batteries. The industry sought to voluntarily control the amount of waste it was contributing to the waste stream through a national collection and recycling effort. Since its inception, the Call2Recycle program in Canada has collected more than 13 million kilograms of batteries for recycling.

2016 marks the program’s best year by far – a record of more than 2.7 million kilograms of household batteries were collected in Canada in 2016 – an increase of 12 percent over 2015.

Published in the March 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

Eldan Recycling A/S successfully installed and started up an expansion of an Eldan tire recycling plant at Italian customer GATIM.

The expansion involves an additional granulator and classifier as well as a tumble back feeder upstream the existing Rasper. Eldan delivers both turnkey systems as well as single machines.

Published in the February 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

Advanced Technology Recycling a nationwide company specializing in electronic asset disposition serving commercial business and government agencies has received official certification as a New York State Woman Business Enterprise.

The awarding agency is New York State Division of Women’s Business Development.

Published in the February 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

Autocar Trucks has added two senior leaders to support its customers in vocational markets.

Stan Mikalonis joins Autocar as senior vice president, business and market development, and will focus on supporting Autocar’s customers in the refuse and recycling markets. Mikalonis brings over 25 years’ experience working with national and regional truck fleets.

In addition to his professional experience, Mikalonis brings an extensive academic record, including an undergraduate business degree from the University of Central Florida and a Ph.D. in Organizational Management from Capella University.

Also joining Autocar is Chris Petrillo, as director of sales for concrete pump and conveyor chassis. Petrillo brings his unique experience spanning the concrete industry, starting with his first role in his family’s concrete mixer business. From there Petrillo advanced to leadership positions with many of the major concrete equipment companies such as Putzmeister, McNeilus and most recently, Liebherr Concrete Technology.

Petrillo is a Marketing Graduate of the University of Notre Dame and earned his MBA in Entrepreneurship and Marketing from DePaul University.

Published in the February 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

Ely Enterprises Inc. has been appointed by Harris Equipment to be their distributor in Ohio, Western New York, Western Pennsylvania, Southern Michigan and Northern Kentucky. They will offer the Harris/IPS line of equipment, along with factory parts and service.

Before a brief hiatus, Ely was a Harris dealer for 18 years and has now rejoined the ranks. President and founder Ken Ely Jr. stated, “We are very pleased to be rejoining the Harris team after more than a decade of separation. The change in leadership and culture within Harris is both refreshing and exciting. We look forward to providing Harris customers the service and support that they have been lacking for so long. We are prepared for the challenge and look forward to the opportunity.”

Published in the February 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS), an independent recycling and waste diversion services provider, has acquired K. Hoving Companies, a full service waste management, recycling and dumpster rental company based in West Chicago, Illinois. As a result of the acquisition, LRS is now Illinois’ largest private waste company and expands its system-wide services to include street sweeping and portable restrooms as part of a new Temporary Services Division. Financial terms were not disclosed and the acquisition is effective immediately.

K. Hoving Companies has built a strong reputation as a full service waste and recycling company offering services in dumpster rental, roll-off, commercial, construction recycling, portable restrooms and street sweeping in DuPage County and throughout greater Chicagoland. Moreover, K. Hoving Companies operates the only recycling facility in Chicago that is nationally certified by the Recycling Certification Institute.

K. Hoving Companies founding executives, Ken Hoving and KJ Loerop will lead the newly-formed LRS Temporary Services Division with Loerop serving as the division’s new vice president. The Temporary Services Division will serve individuals and companies seeking roll-off services, portable toilets, on-site storage and street or job site sweeping.

With the addition of K. Hoving Companies, LRS now operates seven material recovery facilities throughout the Midwest, increasing annual revenues to nearly $170 million and its workforce to over 720 full time employees. The combined companies will now control nearly 20 percent of Chicagoland roll-off market and will be the second largest portable toilet business in Illinois. Further, the acquisition increases the amount of inbound waste under its control to nearly 2.2 million tons per year.

Published in the February 2017 Edition of American Recycler News