ISRI has been monitoring the spread of COVID19 and its impacts on national and world events for nearly two months with one key factor in mind: the health and safety of our members, meeting attendees, exhibitors, and staff.
ISRI’s Lifetime Achievement Award is given annually by ISRI’s Chair to bestow recognition and honor upon an individual(s) in the scrap recycling industry whose name and deeds are synonymous with integrity and the pursuit of excellence, and who has made significant contributions over their lifetime to the scrap recycling industry and/or the association.
ISRI Chairman Brian Shine is seeking nominations for the ISRI membership for the 2020 Award.
• Significant contribution to the industry through industry knowledge, technical innovation, industry advocacy, dedication to the safety and well-being of their employees, or demonstrated leadership; and/or
• Outstanding contribution to the industry in terms of volunteer service to ISRI which promoted the growth, interests and advancement of the association and/or industry; and/or
• Noteworthy public service activities on the local, regional, state or national or international levels which has brought honor to the industry or to the association; and/or
• Stature as a respected industry leader.
Note: The award is not limited to current ISRI members. In addition, in any given year, one of the above criteria may hold more importance than another.
Deadline for nominations is December 31, 2019.
Submit your nomination
Herschel Cutler, ISRI
Emanuel (Manny) Bodner, Bodner Metal & Iron Corp.
Stanton Moss, Stanton A. Moss Inc.
Scott Newell, The Shredder Company
Toby Shine, Shine Brothers Corp
Stanley Kramer, Kramer Metals
Howard Meyers, Quexco
Sandy Shapiro, Cambridge Iron & Metal
Lifetime Achievement Award winners Scott Newell and Toby Shine