The Environmental Industry Associations (EIA) has named Anne Germain its new director of waste and recycling technology.
The Washington-based EIA said in a news release Germain will serve the association’s technical expert on waste management and recycling. She will work with the EIA Landfill Institute and the EIA Recycling Committee and will focus on providing EIA members with the latest information on waste handling and diversion.
Germain has more than two decades of related technical expertise. Prior to joining EIA she was engineering & technology chief for the Delaware Solid Waste Authority. She also served as international president of the Silver Spring, Md.-based Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA).
“I have no doubt that Anne’s background and expertise in waste and recycling management will enable her to build a well-respected program that delivers technical information about waste management technologies,” said Sharon Kneiss, EIA president and CEO.