18 January 2019 by Elizabeth Slow

People news round-up (18/01/2019)

With news on: Reconomy appoints CIO; Andusia welcomes Fraser Cutting; Hartley joins Renewi board; Global Recycling Solutions’ appointment.


Reconomy appoints chief information officer

Outsourced waste management and recycling services provider, Reconomy, has appointed Jody Fullman as chief information officer.

Reconomy, has appointed Jody Fullman as chief information officer

Joining Reconomy in January in a newly created role, Mr Fullman will assume overall responsibility for the IT strategy of the group as well as overseeing the integration of acquired businesses, such as Valpak, which joined Reconomy Group in December.

Mr Fullman has extensive leadership, strategy and private equity board-level experience having spent the last 18 years in various leadership roles, according to the company. His roles have included CIO at Radius.

Reconomy chief executive, Paul Cox, said: “Jody is a technology-focused leader with a proven track record of managing and supporting organic and acquisitional business growth. His experience will be vital to the Reconomy Group as we aim for revenues over £250m by the end of 2019 and beyond.”


Andusia welcomes Fraser Cutting

Andusia has welcomed Fraser Cutting to its team as hazardous waste manager

Andusia Recovered Fuels Ltd has welcomed Fraser Cutting to its team as hazardous waste manager.

Mr Cutting joins Andusia following 32 years in the hazardous waste sector. He started out at Cory Waste Management before moving to Cleanaway as manager at the Cambridge Waste Management Centre. He has spent the last 10 years managing the waste from a large regional hospital for the NHS.

At Andusia, Mr Cutting will be dealing with hazardous waste enquiries as well as assisting with the sourcing and disposal of RDF/SRF.


Neil Hartley joins Renewi board

Renewi plc has announced the appointment of Neil Hartley to the board as non-executive director.

Renewi plc has appointed Neil Hartley to its board as non-executive director

He will also become a member of Renewi’s audit, remuneration and nomination committees.

Mr Hartley is a managing director of First Reserve, a global private equity investment firm exclusively focused on energy, which he joined in 2006. Before this, he spent six years in investment banking with Simmons & Company International, most recently as a director.

Commenting on the appointment, Renewi chairman, Colin Matthews CBE, said: “Neil brings extensive experience as an investor in relevant sectors and geographies and we welcome him to the Board.”


Global Recycling Solutions announces appointment

Global Recycling Solutions has appointed of Dean Ashton as business development director

Grantham-based equipment supplier Global Recycling Solutions Ltd has announced the appointment of Dean Ashton as business development director.

Mr Ashton has 38 years’ experience in all aspects of engineering, operations and sales, delivering solutions across the recycling, waste management and waste-to-energy sectors.  He has worked for Warwick Ward, Impetus Waste Management Group, R Plevin & Sons Ltd, and Hadfield Wood Recyclers.

Peter Banks, managing director for Global Recycling Solutions Ltd said: “Dean will be a great asset to Global bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to both our sales and management team, and will be extremely beneficial to help us grow and enhance our business.”

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