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Recycle Track Systems (RTS), a waste and recycling technology company headquartered in New York City, has hired Amy Marpman as director of sustainability, and appointed Arthur Curcuru as a member of the board of directors.

Amy Marpman, RTS director of sustainability, brings nearly a decade of expertise in recycling and waste management services. Prior to RTS, Amy served as chief operating officer for Great Forest Inc., a company that developed sustainability solutions to clients nationwide, ranging from Fortune 500 businesses to educational institutions, hotels, retailers and property management companies. While there she managed the waste brokerage division, and also helped develop key services including comprehensive waste audits, waste metrics verification and recycling program standardization across portfolios. She has advised on commercial solid waste issues for New York City and is on Urban Green’s monthly programs committee.

Curcuru is the current vice president – controller and chief accounting officer of Soulcycle Inc. He previously worked as senior vice president – controller and chief accounting officer of Hudson Global, Inc., a multi-national public company professional staffing firms. Curcuru began his career working for over nine years at KPMG LLP, a big four public accounting firm servicing large multi-national public companies as well as start-up organizations.

Published in the June 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

On April, 20, 2016, Walter Sellick along with sons Howard Sellick – president, David Sellick- vice president, and grandson Colin Sellick – systems manager, held a ground breaking ceremony for a new multi-million dollar, 120,000 sq.ft. facility.

Sellick Equipment has been  manufacturing rough terrain and truck mounted forklifts for over 47 years to a variety of industries including building supply yards, engineered wood products, automotive recycling, oil field services and mining and military applications. In recent years, a new generation of forklifts was introduced featuring enhanced ergonomics, environmentally-friendly diesel engines and increased lift capacities.

Published in the June 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Bunting Magnetics Co. disclosed that Jana Davis has been promoted to chief operating officer (COO), a new position within Bunting Magnetics.

Davis joined the company in 2011 as chief financial officer. As COO, Davis will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day business operations – including manufacturing, distribution and engineering – of all four Bunting Magnetics divisions. Davis will continue to report to Bob Bunting, president and chief executive officer.

A search for a new chief financial officer has begun. Bunting’s chief financial officer will manage division controllers and human resources.

Published in the June 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

Tunnel Hill Partners, LLC, a waste-by-rail transfer service company, has named William F. Rinaldi its new president.

A successful businessman, philanthropist, and proud member of the Northeastern Pennsylvania community, Rinaldi has contributed a great deal to the area over the last two decades. As a developer of complex projects that create and improve the area’s infrastructure, Rinaldi is also the co-founder of Hazleton Creek Properties, LLC, a beneficial reuse site dedicated to improving the quality of life for Hazleton Area residents.

Previously serving as the director of Strategic Planning & Development of Tunnel Hill Partners since its merger with Hazleton Creek Properties in 2013, Rinaldi continues to find innovative ways to cultivate business that benefit the community in which he lives and works.

In addition, Rinaldi also continues to serve as president of both the Northeastern Economic Development Company, since 2004 and Mark Construction Services, since 1999. He has over 20 years of experience in brownfield and economic redevelopment. His latest project, the Lackawanna Energy Center, is a 1500 megawatt energy plant located in Jessup, Pennsylvania which will bring an economic impact of over $1.2 billion.

Published in the June 2016 Edition of American Recycler News

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