Environmental Executive Moves: Watts, Plug Power, Optoro, Xylem
Watts Water Technologies: The water efficiency products manufacturer has appointed Todd A. Trapp as chief financial officer. Trapp comes to Watts from Honeywell, where he most recently held the position of vice president of financial planning and analysis.
Plug Power: The clean energy company has named Martin (Marty) Hull as chief accounting officer. Previously, Hull was a principal and director at the accounting firm of Marvin and Company, P.C.
Optoro: The cloud-based tech company that enables retailers and manufacturers to increase their revenue from returned and excess inventory has promoted Ann Calamai (pictured) to be the companyâ€™s first director of sustainability. Previously Calamai was a senior customer care specialist at Optoro.
Xylem: The water technology company has appointed Steven Leung as senior vice president and president of emerging markets. Leung joins Xylem from Pentair, where he most recently served as VP of global sales for the companyâ€™s valves and controls business.
Marine Stewardship Council: The nonprofit, which runs a sustainable seafood certification program, has named Marin Hawk fisheries manager for US Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico fisheries. Hawk was previously with the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission.
XL Hybrids: The fleet electrification company has appointed former FedEx executive, Dennis Beal, to its advisory board. Most recently, Beal was vice president of global vehicles at FedEx Express. He retired in 2014.
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