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by Mark Carpenter | Sep 06, 2016

ISRI Elects New Director-At-Large to Board of Directors

(Washington, DC) – During its summer 2016 Board and Governance Meetings, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), the association which serves as the Voice of the Recycling Industry™, elected David Borsuk of Sadoff Iron & Metal Company as a new director-at-large to its board. David will serve a two-year term, ending in 2018.

“ISRI welcomes and congratulates David on his election to the board of directors,” said ISRI President Robin Wiener. “David’s leadership, experience, and overall expertise in the industry are sure to help lead our organization over the next two years and beyond.”

David is currently the Manager of Industrial Marketing and Environmental Affairs at Sadoff Iron & Metal Company, located in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. In addition to having been with Sadoff Iron & Metal Co. for 46 years, David has also served as the chair of the ISRI Audit Committee and Airbag Working Group. He also serves as a member of ISRI’s Circle of Safety Excellence™ Steering Committee. David is a member of both the City of Oshkosh, WI Planning Commission as well as the Greater Oshkosh EDC Industrial Development Committee. He and his wife have three adult children.

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The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI) is the Voice of the Recycling Industry. ISRI represents approximately 1,300 companies in 21 chapters in the U.S. and 34 countries worldwide that process, broker and consume scrap commodities, including metals, paper, plastics, glass, rubber, electronics, and textiles. With headquarters in Washington, DC, ISRI provides education, advocacy, safety and compliance training, and promotes public awareness of the vital role recycling plays in the U.S. economy, global trade, the environment, and sustainable development. Generating more than $105 billion annually in U.S. economic activity, the scrap recycling industry provides nearly half a million Americans with good jobs.