Denali's Brian Fleury Elected President of U.S. Composting Council

January 26, 2021

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Brian Fleury, CCOM is the General Manager of Facilities at WeCare Denali, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Denali Water Solutions, LLC. Mr. Fleury was elected the 2021 President of the Board of Directors for the United States Composting Council (USCC). He has served on the Board of Directors for over 8 years where he has previously served as Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, and chaired multiple committees.

Mr. Fleury has served in various roles at WeCare Denali in the past 20 years, including Sales & Marketing, Operations, and Project Development. As General Manager of Facilities, he is responsible for operational excellence for all twenty (20) WeCare Denali compost, mulch, and soil facilities. Mr. Fleury is a graduate of SUNY Oswego and resides in New York state with his wife and two children.

The U.S. Composting Council advances compost manufacturing, compost utilization, and organics recycling to benefit their members, society, and the environment. The U.S. Composting Council believes compost manufacturing and compost utilization are central to creating healthy soils, clean air and water, a stable climate, and a sustainable society.

WeCare Denali operates a variety of technologies at compost facilities for some of the largest cities in the United States. Our contracts include composting green waste, food waste, biosolids, and other organics to manufacture WeCare Compost®, WeCare Engineered Soils, WeCare Roofmix, and other organic products. The compost operations managed by WeCare Denali can be found throughout the United States. The Denali team prides itself on offering outstanding product marketing of USCC STA Certified Compost™ and compost amended soils. WeCare Denali has extensive experience executing the design, construction, and operation of compost facility projects, specializing in public-private partnerships.

“I’m very proud to be elected to this role by my industry peers and look forward to working with the rest of the Board, USCC’s excellent staff, and the various committees.  Even with the difficulties many of us have faced in the past year, compost manufacturing and compost sales have been very strong throughout the country.  We want to keep that momentum going and continue to grow the industry and train the professionals that work within it.”

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