Chad Borsheim of Kelley, the director of sales for Chamness Technology Inc., was appointed to the Iowa Recycling Association board of directors this month. The Iowa Recycling Association is a nonprofit organization serving the recycling industry. Borsheim is one of five new members elected to the board.
Commenting on their appointment, board president, Yvette Clapp, said, "We are very pleased to add the talent and industry knowledge of these respected individuals to our board. We are looking forward to their contributions as we continue to advance effective recycling for the public benefit of a healthier economy and environment in Iowa."
Founded in 1989, Iowa Recycling Association is a membership-based nonprofit organization of businesses, industry, institutions, local governments and organizations dedicated to advancing effective recycling by sharing resources, education and advocacy opportunities. In Iowa alone, the recycling industry supports over 11,400 jobs and generates $2.4 billion annually.
Chamness Technology, Inc. is an organic waste recycler with headquarters in Blairsburg. The company was founded in 1986 with the mission of providing sustainable and efficient disposal of organic waste for government, industry and agriculture. Chamness offers comprehensive recycling services for organic materials; including composting, dewatering, dredging and land application. For more information, visit www.ChamnessTechnology.com.