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NewStream Hires Antifreeze Recycling Operations Manager

Posted August 13, 2009 by

ATTLEBORO, MA, Issued July 28, 2009 – NewStream is pleased to announce that Andy Harkness has been hired to fill the new role of Antifreeze Recycling Operations Manager at the Company.

NewStream added the position this spring when demand for their antifreeze recycling services increased to a level that demanded the attention of a full-time supervisor. NewStream President, Mike Spoor says, “The antifreeze recycling piece of our business has great potential for us as a Company. There is a growing demand for top-notch antifreeze recycling services in the marketplace, and we’ve worked hard to optimize our system to meet that demand. It’s very important that we have the right team in place to manage the system on a day-to-day basis, and this new position really rounds out that team.”

Andy joined NewStream in May, and is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the Company’s antifreeze recycling system, with specific tasks ranging from quality control to process optimization. He brings a great deal of experience to his role, having previously managed operations for a company that recycles restaurant cooking oil to manufacture biodiesel fuel for home heating and other applications. Andy also founded his own biodiesel equipment manufacturing company. He holds a BA from Wheaton College.

About NewStream, LLC:

NewStream is an innovative environmental services company specializing in industrial wastewater treatment and materials recovery. The world-class 90,000 square foot facility was originally designed and operated by Texas Instruments. Facility upgrades include a new batch treatment system and a moving bed bioreactor. The plant boasts a 1,000,000-gallon storage capacity, and can be configured to treat almost any waste stream. Off-site deliveries of non-hazardous industrial wastewater and used antifreeze are accepted by truck (bulk and drums) and rail 24 hours, 7 days/week. The Attleboro, MA facility is convenient to Routes I-95, I-495, I-295, and 24.

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