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Company Overview of Re Community Holdings, LP
Re Community Holdings, LP (ReCommunity) offers recycling and waste management services. The company offers recycled commodities, low-carbon energy, engineered feedstock, and bio-fuels. ReCommunity was founded in 2011 and is based in the United States.
809 West Hill Street
Charlotte, NC 28208-5342
Founded in 2011
Key Executives for Re Community Holdings, LP
President and Chief Operating Officer
Director of Strategic Planning
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Re Community Holdings, LP Key Developments
ReCommunity Materials Recovery Facility Launches Delware Recycling Center
Aug 29 13
ReCommunity's opened its 35th Materials Recovery Facility. The company's 35th Materials Recovery Facility announced a twenty-year agreement with the Delaware Solid Waste Authority to operate a automated recycling facility that will serve Delaware statewide. ReCommunity invested $15 million to repurpose the existing 64,000 square foot facility, also installing sorting equipment within the Delaware Recycling Center (DRC) to process recyclable aluminum, plastics, paper, cardboard, tin and glass collected from throughout Delaware.
Re Community Holdings, LP Appoints James E. Devlin as Chief Executive Officer, Effective March 4, 2013
Feb 25 13
Re Community Holdings, LP announced the appointment of James E. Devlin as its Chief Executive Officer, effective March 4, 2013. A veteran of the waste management industry with previous experience as a CEO in waste oil collection and processing, Mr. Devlin will be focusing on developing and implementing ReCommunity's strategy to broaden its reach within existing markets, enter into new geographic markets, and expand its product offerings. Mr. Devlin brings 27 years of experience in the oil recycling, waste, and logistics sectors, having most recently served as President of Heckmann Environmental Services (HES), the environmental and waste recycling solutions division of the Heckmann Corporation.
Re Community Holdings, Lp and City of Tucson Announces Opening of New Single-Stream Recycling Operation
Sep 25 12
Re Community Holdings, LP and the City of Tucson announced the opening of a new "single-stream" recycling operation. The facility offers a more efficient, effective recycling program, allowing residents to use a single recycling collection bin, while also providing processing services to more residents, generating more recyclables, and to less land-filled material. Following a $7 million investment in new, processing facility, ReCommunity began serving the City of Tucson in July. At full capacity, the fully-automated facility will create more than 80 green jobs in Tucson. ReCommunity accepts a wider array of plastic containers numbered one to seven. In addition to paper fibers, aluminum, glass and ferrous containers, residents can now toss these recyclables into a single curbside recycling bin, which makes it easier and more likely recyclables are captured and not discarded in landfills. Prior to ReCommunity, residents could only recycle plastic bottles and jugs numbered one and two. In addition, ReCommunity will create a recycling education center at the facility for community tours and school groups. By making recycling easier with single-stream processing technology, ReCommunity enables residents and businesses in communities across the United States to increase their recycling volume by 20% to 60%. At full capacity, the ReCommunity Tucson facility will prevent more than 232,165 metric tons of CO(2) -equivalent greenhouse gases from being emitted annually, which is equivalent to taking about 42,523 cars off the road each year. ReCommunity also operates recycling and recovery facilities in Phoenix and Scottsdale. The company has a total of 36 facilities operating in 13 states with more than 1,500 employees.
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