WasteMasters, Inc. Names William A. Schureck CEO Of Appalachia Environmental Recovery, Inc.
EL RENO, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 12, 2000
WasteMasters, Inc. (OTC OTC
See over-the-counter market (OTC). BB:WAST) has named William A. Schureck to the position of Chief Executive Officer of its wholly owned subsidiary Wholly Owned Subsidiary
A subsidiary whose parent company owns 100% of its common stock.
In other words, the parent company owns the company outright and there are no minority owners. Appalachia Environmental Recovery, Inc. ("AERI AERI Alberta Energy Research Institute (Canada)
AERI Atmospheric Emitted Radiance Interferometer (University of Wisconsin, Madison; Space Science and Engineering Center)
AERI Advanced Environmental Research Incorporated ").
Mr. Schureck has extensive experience through a long and diverse business career that has included raising capital for new ventures.
"I am delighted to be named to this position as a member of the WasteMasters team," said Mr. Schureck. "The recovery projects we are embarking on are historic in nature. Our first alternative fuel manufacturing plant located near New Lexington, Ohio New Lexington is a city in Perry County, Ohio, 21 miles (34 km) south by west of Zanesville. The population was 4,689 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Perry CountyGR6. should be in operation within 6 months. With this plant opening AERI will clean up the environment, create jobs and increase value for shareholders."
"Bill's extensive managerial and fundraising experience coupled with his zest for this new project comes during a critical juncture for WasteMasters. WasteMasters seeks to propel AERI forward by creating new business opportunities and diverse revenue streams," said Chairman and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of WasteMasters Dr. Leon Blaser. "We are extremely happy to have attracted him to our organization and believe his skills and background will assist us as we take the Company to the next level."
Mr. Schureck most recently Co-Founded Wireless Internet Solutions Provider ("WISP"). WISP combines wireless carriers and emerging technologies for the ISP (1) See in-system programmable.
(2) (Internet Service Provider) An organization that provides access to the Internet. Connection to the user is provided via dial-up, ISDN, cable, DSL and T1/T3 lines. market in areas such as acceleration software and integrating mobile cellular digital packet data (communications, protocol) Cellular Digital Packet Data - (CDPD) A wireless standard providing two-way, 19.2 kbps packet data transmission over exisiting cellular telephone channels. technology in existing legacy systems. WISP clients included Verizon, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, AT&T and Proctor and Gamble. Mr. Schureck's duties included acquiring initial funding in the start-up phase, while developing the Board of Directors, sales force and management team.
From 1993-1999, Mr. Schureck was with Startec, Inc. He held the position of Vice President of Finance from 1992-1993 and President of Startec Development (a subsidiary of Startec, Inc.) from 1994-1999. Startec specializes in marketing, engineering and installing of Waste-to-Energy systems. Besides leading the subsidiary, Mr. Schureck secured equity funding through private placements for Startec, Inc. totaling approximately $6.0 million.
Mr. Schureck received a B.S. in Mathematics from Western Kentucky State College where he also earned minors in Physics and Chemistry. He has taught Mathematics at the University of Louisville See also
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3. and served as a Signal Corps Officer in the United States Army United States Army
Major branch of the U.S. military forces, charged with preserving peace and security and defending the nation. The first regular U.S. fighting force, the Continental Army, was organized by the Continental Congress on June 14, 1775, to supplement local .
WasteMasters collects, transfers and landfills waste primarily through its operations in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Its subsidiaries process waste products into alternative fuels.
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