City Carton adds executive management team positions.
Brian Holtz will serve as Eastern division manager. He will be responsible for City Carton's recycling operations in the East.
Holtz has 13 years experience in the solid waste and recycling industry, previously serving five years as City Carton Recycling's Quad Cities recycling facility manager. He has an undergraduate degree in environmental health and a Master's degree in business administration from Illinois State University, Normal. Holtz served as Vice President of the Illinois Recycling Association in 2004 and on its board of directors from 2002 to 2004.
Tim Ockenfels will serve as Southern division manager. He has 23 years of experience with City Carton Recycling, most recently serving as a regional manager responsible for the Mr. Pleasant, Muscatine and Creston recycling facilities in Iowa. Tim graduated from Regina High School in Iowa City. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club, St. Alphonsus Church, and Henry County Pheasants Forever.
Frank Miller will serve as the as the Iowa City division manager. Miller has more than 30 years experience in supervision, management, sales, accounting and trucking. He has served eight years with City Carton Recycling, first as the Cedar Falls recycling facility manager, and most recently, the Iowa City recycling facility manager. He graduated from Cedar Falls High School and served in the United States Air Force and the United States Army National Guard.
Chris Ockenfels will serve as the Northern division manager. Chris has 19 years experience with City Carton Recycling. He most recently served as the regional manager for City Carton Recycling's affiliate confidential destruction business Document Destruction and Recycling Services (DDRS), with Iowa locations in Cedar Rapids, Davenport and Altoona. Chris is currently the president of the National Association for Information Destruction Inc. (NAID), which he has been an active member of for more than nine years. In 2004, Ockenfels was named NAID "Member of the Year." He graduated from City High School in Iowa City.
"For 39 years, City Carton Recycling has grown throughout Iowa and the Midwest by providing excellent service and pricing to our recycling customers," says Andy. "We plan to continue growing in the recycling industry and offering expanded services to our customers including equipment sales and service, confidential material destruction, and plastics marketing. It will be the responsibility of the executive managers and their regional teams to ensure the recycling needs of customers in their regions are met."
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|Date:||Mar 1, 2006|
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