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On the Move: Week of June 19 - June 23

Every week, Waste360 brings you the latest in the waste and recycling industry. Read the latest company announcements and see who is on the move.

June 22, 2023

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Every week, Waste360 brings you the latest in the waste and recycling industry. Read the latest company announcements and see who is on the move.

Every week, Waste360 brings you the latest in the waste and recycling industry. Read the latest company announcements and see who is on the move.

Week of June 16, 2023:

Anaergia Inc. a global renewable fuels leader, announced the appointment of Mr. Brett Hodson as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) succeeding the Company’s founder and Chairman, Dr. Andrew Benedek as CEO, effective today. Dr. Benedek will continue to serve as Chairman of the Company’s Board of Directors.

With a proven record of successfully leading growth companies and driving shareholder value, Mr. Hodson brings a wealth of relevant experience to his role at Anaergia. This experience spans a range of businesses and sectors, including building, managing, and leading a portfolio of water, wastewater, and energy infrastructure businesses. He also has deep expertise in the areas of wholesale product distribution, retail services, construction, and manufacturing.

ASV, manufacturer of all-purpose and all-season compact track loaders and skid steers, celebrates 40 years of innovative product design this year for its anniversary. The pioneer in the compact track loader market celebrated the occasion with an open house event at its Grand Rapids, Minnesota facility earlier this month. The event featured a full lineup of legacy and new ASV models, tours of the factory, food and refreshments and various family activities and giveaways.

“Talk to any of our longtime staff — and there are many — and you’ll find that the same passion for the products exists now as it did on day one,” said Tate Johnson, president of the Yanmar Compact Equipment North America, which encompasses the ASV brand. “This anniversary and today’s continually innovative ASV products are proof that the brand’s entrepreneurial spirit lives on.”

ASV’s drive for innovation has been clear since its founding in 1983. Two forerunners in the early snowmobile industry started the business, developing a pick-up-sized rubber-tracked vehicle called the Track Truck as ASV’s first product.

Avery Dennison announced that its metallized films with AD CleanFlake™ technology have been recognized by the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) for HDPE and PET recycling. The company becomes the first to be recognized for offering a portfolio of metallized label solutions capable of working with the recycling systems to enable rigid plastic recycling.  

This recognition results from a study spearheaded by Avery Dennison and the APR to test the performance of larger metallized labels (30 square inches) in the recycling process. Previously, the APR only recognized metallized labels under two square inches as complying with its critical guidance for HDPE and PET recycling.

ISRI congratulated Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. for being named to the TIME100 list of the 100 Most Influential Companies. ISRI Brand Leadership Council member Microsoft also made the list of 100 companies that are making an extraordinary impact on the world.

“ISRI congratulates members Schnitzer Steel and Microsoft on being recognized by TIME for their significant contributions that make daily impacts our world,” said ISRI President Robin Wiener. “We celebrate the essential and sustainable influence made by both of these member companies that represent two sectors of the robust recycled materials industry. They are great examples of how the recycled materials industry is leading the way in sustainability, manufacturing, innovation and the move towards a more resilient planet."

In recognizing Schnitzer, TIME noted the company has made tremendous achievements in energy efficiency, product innovation and emission reductions. In its profile of the company, the magazine recognized that Schnitzer is “proving that sustainable steel can be feasible and profitable.”

TIME created the third-annual list by soliciting nominations from its global network of contributors and correspondents as well as from outside experts. TIME editors evaluated each on key factors, including impact, innovation, ambition, and success. 

Routeware, a leading provider of integrated technology solutions for the waste and recycling industry, is proud to announce that Paul Rafalowski has been appointed as the company's Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Rafalowski originally joined Routeware as Chief Revenue Office (CRO) in late 2022, bringing over 25 years of leadership experience in scaling technology organizations. He has held key executive positions at market leading companies such as IntraLinks, Accruent, Empyrean and TCP where his strategic vision and focus on operational excellence were instrumental in driving transformative growth.

Waste Pro USA, Inc. ("Waste Pro"), a regional privately-held provider of non-hazardous waste collection, transfer, recycling and disposal services, announced today that it has completed the sale of $120,000,000 Florida Development Finance Corporation Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds (Waste Pro USA, Inc. Project), Series 2023 (the “Bonds”).

During the three-year term interest rate period, the interest rate on the Bonds will be 6.125% with a maturity of July 1, 2032. The Bonds are guaranteed by certain subsidiaries of Waste Pro pursuant to a guaranty agreement and as described in the indenture relating to the Bonds.

Submit your announcements to Editor-in-Chief Stefanie Valentic at [email protected].

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