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Maite Quinn Joins Closed Loop Partners

Article-Maite Quinn Joins Closed Loop Partners

Before joining Closed Loop as managing director, Quinn was marketing NYC’s curbside recyclables for Sims Municipal Recycling.

Materials recovery facility (MRF) veteran Maite Quinn has joined Closed Loop Partners as the group’s managing director.

Quinn’s most recent position was marketing New York City’s curbside recyclables for Sims Municipal Recycling. Before joining the recycling industry, she worked as a former television producer who was introduced to the recycling industry in 2002 when she was pitched an idea for a documentary on the flow of recovered materials, Resource Recycling reports.

Quinn holds leadership roles with the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries’ Plastics Division and MRF Council, and she has served on the board of the Association of Plastic Recyclers.

Resource Recycling has more details:

Maite Quinn, who was most recently marketing all of New York City’s curbside recyclables for Sims Municipal Recycling, has joined a group working to boost material recovery infrastructure through investment capital.

Quinn was recently hired as a managing director at Closed Loop Partners and will work across the group’s range of initiatives. But much of her time will be geared toward the development of a new arm of the organization, a private equity vehicle called Closed Loop Leadership.

“There, we’re looking at taking major positions in companies, or acquisitions,” said Quinn, who joined Closed Loop Partners at the beginning of October.

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