Environmental Executive Moves: CBRE, Wilo, EnSafe, Earth911
CBRE: The commercial real estate firm has appointed Rebecca Pearce as head of sustainability for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Pearce was previously head of client sustainability services at CBRE’s Pacific business and before that, she was with the Sustainability Advisory Group.
EnSafe: The environmental services firm has appointed Don Bradford as president and CEO. Bradford, a 20-year EnSafe veteran, previously directed the firm’s environmental compliance services.
Outreach Strategies: The sustainability communications firm hired Alison Omens as vice president. Omens was previously media outreach director with the AFL-CIO.
Wilo USA: The pumps and pump services provider has promoted Harold Adams to national sales manager for water management. Adams was previously regional sales manager for the company’s northeast region.
RF Biocidics: The food safety company has hired Charley Phillips as vice president of sales. Phillips was previously vice president of sales at Atlas World Food and Agriculture. The company hired a new CEO, Craig Powell, two months ago.
The Governance & Accountability Institute: The research and monitoring organization appointed Linda M. Lowson as a fellow at the institute. Lowson will continue as CEO and chief counsel of CSR Insight and Global ESG Regulatory Academy.
Earth911: The recycling and waste management database services firm has appointed Preston Read to its advisory board. Read was formerly senior vice president of government affairs at Recyclebank.
Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio: Ron Mills, executive director, resigned as landfill chief The Columbus Dispatch reports, and accepted a severance package after sending a derogatory email about the county commissioner to him by mistake.
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