John Sliwicki, Brian Tibble and Daniel Fetty Bring Exceptional Experience to LRS in Key Operational Roles
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - June 14, 2016) - Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS), Chicagoland's leading independent recycling and waste hauler, today announced it has hired three executives to lead key operational roles of the business. John Sliwicki, 39, joins as Vice President of Risk Management; Brian Tibble, 48, will serve as Director of Large Accounts; and Daniel Fetty, 33, will lead HR as Director of People Operations. All three executives bring exceptional experience and leadership to LRS in key operational roles as the company anticipates continued growth and expansion in the greater Chicago market.
"We welcome John, Brian and Daniel to the growing LRS team and look forward to their many contributions as we expand our leadership position and market share in Chicagoland," said LRS Chief Executive Officer Alan T. Handley. "We will continue to add top talent to our executive and operational teams in advance of what we believe will be a period of sustained growth in our company's lifecycle."
As Vice President of Risk Management, John Sliwicki will be responsible for enhancing and expanding the LRS safety program, overseeing day-to-day safety operations and managing the corporate-wide risk management program. John joins LRS from Aldridge Electric where he served as its primary Risk Manager for over ten years.
As Director of Large Accounts, Brian Tibble will work extensively with the LRS sales teams serving the company's largest customers. Tibble will lead efforts to rapidly and aggressively expand LRS' customer base as well as ensure that streamlined communication and customer service levels exceed expectations. Brian previously held similar positions at Republic Services, Coca-Cola, Philip Morris and BP.
Daniel Fetty will lead all LRS human resource functions as Director of People Operations. Fetty takes an active role in promoting internal standards of excellence, finding and retaining top talent and managing all HR related matters for the enterprise. Daniel joins LRS from Emerson Industrial Automation, where he served as HR Manager.
"We will continue to challenge the status quo in the waste and recycling industry, gaining continued strength through the acquisition of top talent and by servicing our loyal customer base better than ever," Handley added. "The contributions of John, Brian and Daniel will help LRS build a strong foundation for growth and market leadership."
About Lakeshore Recycling Systems
Serving Chicagoland for over 17 years, Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) specializes in recycling and waste diversion programs, affordable roll-off container services and comprehensive waste removal to Chicagoland businesses and residential homeowners. LRS owns and operates six Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs), a fleet of fuel-efficient natural gas-powered trucks and is run by over 600 committed full-time employees. LRS is a recipient of Chicago Public Schools' coveted Best Partnership Award, is ranked #35 on Waste360's 2016 Top 100 Waste and Recycling Companies in North America and is a 2016 multi-Stevie award winning company with honors including Company of the Year, Most Innovative Company of the Year and Fastest Growing Company of the Year. Controlling over 2.2 million tons-per-year, LRS does not own a landfill and is committed to raising awareness for a more environmentally sustainable and scalable business model that fuels the circular economy. To learn more, visit www.LRSrecycles.com.
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