Alice Cummings has joined the Board of Recycling Technologies as a Non-Executive Director, and Chair of the Audit and Risk committee bringing to the company over 30 years’ strategic, operational, accountancy and risk management leadership experience.
Alice is an experienced Non-Executive and Executive Director in medium and large private and listed companies. She is a proven group Chief Financial Officer and has held a number of senior accountancy and financial roles in corporates such as South West Water and AEA Technology. She has industry expertise in engineering, technology, energy efficiency and the environment. Some of her senior roles today include Non-Executive Director at aim-listed Idox Plc, and Non-Executive Director at South Staffordshire Water Plc.
Commenting on the appointment, Alice Cummings, Non-Executive Director of Recycling Technologies said: “Recycling Technologies is an exciting company playing an important role to make plastics sustainable. I am delighted to join as a Non-Executive Director at this important time in the company’s growth and commercialisation phase.”
Gary Bullard, Chairman, Recycling Technologies comments: “We are very pleased to have Alice join as a new Non-Executive Director. Her business, accounting, financial and risk management expertise will prove invaluable in the development of Recycling Technologies as we forge ahead with our plans for 2021 and beyond.”
Adrian Griffiths, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Recycling Technologies said, “Alice has a broad range of important experience and expertise in business, risk management and accounting to help develop, manage and grow our business. I look forward to working with her and the other Directors of the business to make plastic a sustainable and valuable material.”
About Recycling Technologies
UK-based company, Recycling Technologies, is on a mission to accelerate the evolution of plastic into a more sustainable material. Currently, 88% of the plastic used in the world is either buried, burned or leaked into the environment1. This means that the world only recycles 12% of the plastic waste generated each year. Recycling Technologies has developed an innovative technology, the RT7000, which turns hard-to-recycle plastic such as films, bags, laminated plastics into an oil, called Plaxx®, used as a feedstock for new plastic production. The RT7000 is modular and small-scale, designed to fit easily onto existing waste treatment and recycling sites, providing a scalable solution to recycle waste plastic anywhere in the world. For further information, please visit www.recyclingtechnologies.co.uk.
Be the first to comment on this article