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Market News Promotions to lead sustainability initiatives

Editor: Steffen Donath

A growing focus on recycling, reducing plastic waste and reuse is part of a new initiative by Plastics.

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Not only Plastics is putting an increased focus on recycling.
Not only Plastics is putting an increased focus on recycling.
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The Plastics Industry Association (Plastics) announced today two internal promotions to strengthen its sustainability and materials portfolios. Ashley Hood-Morley is now Senior Director of Sustainability and Materials, and Patrick Krieger is the Director of Sustainability and Materials.

Hood-Morley will oversee all projects and programs related to Plastics’ materials, sustainability and recycling initiatives. Krieger will be responsible for various sustainability initiatives such as Operation Clean Sweep (OCS), New End Market Opportunities (NEMO), Marine Debris, and the Bioplastics division, which he currently oversees.

Glenn Anderson, Plastics Vice President, Industry Relations and Member Engagement, announced the promotions to all staff members. “Our industry and our members continue to put extra energy into developing more sustainability initiatives,” Anderson stated. “That is one of the reasons why we have increased the talent in this area with the promotions of Ashley and Patrick. They both have a strong background in our industry and will energize our initiatives to develop a robust sustainability platform in support of our members and the industry as a whole.”

“Plastics is entering a new era,” stated President and CEO Tony Radoszewski, CAE. “It’s a time of wonderful opportunities for our industry and our members. Making changes in our sustainability area is just one of the progressive moves we’ll be making. We’ll continue to promote the use of recycled Plastics and provide best management practices to help companies achieve their sustainability goals. Congratulations to Ashley and Patrick.”

Plastic is already the sustainable material of choice, and sustainability is bigger than recycling. Our goal is to grow sustainability in manufacturing, push new end markets forward, and bring together influential thought leaders across the plastics supply chain to share ideas and develop innovative solutions.

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