Environmental Executive Moves: UPS, Novelis, Cabrios, Harris Waste Management
UPS: The logistics and transportation company has appointed Edward Rogers global director of sustainability. Rogers joined UPS in 1994.
Novelis: The worldâ€™s largest aluminum recycler has appointed Steve Fisher (pictured) interim president, following the departure of Philip Martens, former president and CEO. The search for a permanent chief executive is under way. Fisher has served as the companyâ€™s senior vice president and chief financial officer since 2007, and he will continue to serve in that capacity.
Harris Waste Management: The manufacturer of ferrous and non-ferrous processing equipment has hired Glenn Godwin as director of quality and safety. Previously Godwin was operational excellence manager at an Imerys mining and processing facility.
Cabrios: The biochemistry company has appointed Alain Marty chief science officer. Marty, a professor, has been working with Carbios since the launch of the Thanaplast project within the framework of Carbiosâ€™ partnership with the INRA/TWB (French National Institute for Agricultural Research and Toulouse White Biotechnology).
SGS Product Sustainability Services: The inspection, verification, testing and certification company has accredited two more ecodesign consultants, Caroline Girot and Michael Richardson, as product environmental profile (PEP) verifiers.
ABS: The provider of classification services to the global marine and offshore industries has appointed Howard Fireman senior vice president and chief technology officer. Fireman joined ABS in 2013.
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