On the Move: Week of July 3, 2023

Every week, Waste360 publishes the individuals making moves in the industry. Here are the company announcements for the week of July 3, 2023.

July 7, 2023

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Machinex Group is excited to announce the launch of its new and improved website. The updated website features a modern design, improved user experience, and a range of new features that make it easier than ever for customers to find the information they need and engage with the brand.

The new Machinex website includes a range of enhancements, including Improved navigation, Updated content, Mobile-friendly design; and a new and improved look.

The National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) announced that Rachel Hering has joined the Association as vice president, chapter relations.

Hering comes to NWRA from Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) following a merger with Cooperative Teamwork & Recycling Assistance (CTRA), an organization she led for 12 years. Through both KTB and CTRA, Hering was responsible for advancing recycling access in Texas, and during her tenure, she established 25-plus community recycling programs and secured more than $1.1 million in implementation and educational funding for member communities. Her experience with materials management in rural and underserved areas has led her all over the country (and even Canada!) to provide technical assistance on rural recycling development and programs.

Williams Mullen is pleased to announce Sean M. Sullivan has rejoined its Environment & Natural Resources Group as a partner in the firm's Raleigh office.

Sullivan advises clients throughout the country regarding major federal environmental programs, with a particular emphasis on hazardous waste, Brownfields redevelopment, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and emerging contaminants like PFAS and 1,4-dioxane. He is recognized as a "Band 1" attorney by Chambers USA for Environment Law.


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