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4THBIN Appoints Paul Kirsch as New CEO

4THBIN Appoints Paul Kirsch as New CEO

Paul Kirsch will lead 4THBIN as the company plans continued national expansion in 2020.

4THBIN, an e-recycler and data disposal company, announced the appointment of Paul Kirsch as the company's new chief executive officer. Kirsch will lead 4THBIN as the company plans continued national expansion in 2020.

"Paul's unique background of leading both entrepreneurial and large enterprise experiences makes him uniquely qualified for this position," said John Kirsch, founder of 4THBIN, in a statement. "We are excited to have him at the helm, giving us an experienced, steady hand as we quickly magnify our unique services for companies of all sizes across the country who are working to stay compliant with e-waste disposal."

Kirsch was most recently president of Chemours' $2.7 billion-per-year fluorochemical operation. He also previously held positions as vice president at XM Satellite Radio; vice president at Hughes Telematics; and president of automotive, metals and aerospace at Henkel. Kirsch holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and earned his MBA from the University of Michigan.

"With the rapid rollouts of 5G creating an unprecedented amount of e-waste and the ever-changing federal, state and industry-specific legislation, the market is primed for services like ours. 4THBIN has more trusted technical and environmental certifications than anyone in the business and is made up of seasoned technologists," said Paul Kirsch in a statement. "We are passionate that customers' old IT assets, whether laptops or cloud-based, are ethically and securely destroyed to the highest standards. I am honored to help take this company to the next level of success."

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