SEATTLE, Sept. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- After years of rapid growth, CleanScapes is reorganizing to improve financial performance and its focus on municipal hauling contracts and new business opportunities, the company announced today.
The new structure results in the elimination of 11 management and administrative positions, CleanScapes President Chris Martin said.
"We've grown a tremendous amount over the past five years and we expect to continue growing. But we're in a position now to reassess our structure and confidently manage the company more efficiently," Martin said. "None of the changes will affect our daily operations nor will they be visible to our customers. Every one of our drivers and operations people is part of the new organizational structure. In fact, we are recruiting for operations positions."
As part of the new structure, Operations Manager Dan Bridges will take on additional responsibility for developing an innovative single stream recovery facility. CleanScapes' parent company, Recology, is a leader in waste zero infrastructure. Recology is a pioneer in waste reduction and recovery and one of the largest operators of material recovery and organics processing facilities in the western states.
Bill Emmal will oversee all collections and maintenance. Chris Husband continues leading business development, finance and government relations.
CleanScapes provides solid waste collection, Keep-It-Clean Services, and community programs in Seattle, Shoreline, Issaquah, and Des Moines, WA; and San Francisco, CA.
Contact: Chris Martin