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Topping the list for total compensation in 2015 is the president and CEO of the industry39s largest company Waste ManagementDavid Steiner received total compensation of 11573375 in 2015 up from 10770900 in 2014 Steiner took home 1275891 in salary 6760136 in stock awards 1307441 in option awards 1800986 innbspnonequitynbspincentive plan compensation and 428921 in all other compensationHe was elected CEO and president in 2004 Previously he was Waste Management3

Waste Management CEO David Steiner Talks Recycling

In the October issue of Forbes, Waste Management CEO David Steiner talks about recycling and the industry’s current trends.

In the October issue of Forbes, Waste Management CEO David Steiner talks about recycling and the industry’s current trends. From the downturn of economics to Waste Management’s recycling processing plant in Houston, Steiner provides an inside look at one of the waste and recycling industry’s leading companies.

Forbes has the details:

“On many days it just looks like a load of garbage,” says David Steiner, CEO of Waste Management, referencing the company’s recycling processing plant in Houston. It is a loud, stinky, dusty, 40,000-square-foot Rube Goldberg machine that handles 300 tons a day. Material flies from one conveyor belt to another. Magnets pull off steel cans. Screens skim up cardboard and paper. Optical sensors trigger air puffers that pop bottles into the right chutes.

Not all of it gets recycled; about 15% of the stuff citizens put in their recycling bins should have gone in the garbage can. Workers wearing bandannas against the dust stand along the conveyor belt handpicking items. “People mean well,” Steiner says.

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