WASHINGTON (May 6, 2014) — Gary Champlin, general manager of Champlin Tire Recycling Inc. in Concordia, Kan., has been elected to a two-year term as secretary-treasurer of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI).
A family-owned business, Champlin Tire processes more than 4 million tires annually in a six-state region, ISRI said. Mr. Champlin has been general manager of the recycling firm since 1992, and previously served as an ISRI director-at-large, the institute said.
Doug Kramer, of Kramer Metals Inc. in Los Angeles, is ISRI’s new chair, ISRI said. Other new officers include Chair-Elect Mark Lewin, of Utah Metal Works Inc., Salt Lake City, and Vice Chair Brian Shine, of Manitoba Corp., Lancaster, N.Y.
ISRI’s new directors-at-large are Josh Joseph, Muskingum Iron & Metal Co., Zanesville, Ohio; Tom Knippel, SA Recycling Corp., Orange, Calif.; and Eva Shine, Shine Bros. Corp., Spencer, Iowa. Tim Shuttleworth of Eriez Manufacturing Co., Erie, Pa., is the institute’s new associate director.
Has your business been invaded by people looking to catch, train and battle Pokemon with Nintendo’s Pokemon Go app?
|No, not that I'm aware of.||
|Yes, but we've banned it for non-paying customers.||
|Yes, and we've been happy to have them.||
|They've tried, but we've already found all the Pokemon in the shop's vicinity. Gotta catch 'em all!||
|Total votes: 106|