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|Rank||Company||Top recycling official||Plastics reprocessed volume |
|1||Waste Management Recycle America LLC||William Caesar||711|
|Houston, TX, United States||President|
|2||KW Plastics Recycling||Scott Saunders||570|
|Troy, AL, United States||General manager|
|3||B&B Plastics Inc.||Bacilio Mejia||420.6|
|Rialto, CA, United States||Vice President|
|4||Wellman Plastics Recycling LLC||Robert Taylor||400|
|Johnsonville, SC, United States||Vice President|
|5||B. Schoenberg & Co. Inc.||Matthew Kness||278.1|
|Yorktown, NY, United States||Executive VP|
|6||Clean Tech Inc.||Thomas Busard||260E|
|Dundee, MI, United States||President|
|7||Custom Polymers Inc.||Eric Targgart||239|
|Charlotte, NC, United States||Partner|
|8||Joe's Plastics Inc.||Forrest Flaherty||220E|
|Los Angeles, CA, United States||Sales manager|
|9||Green Line Polymers||Marc Askew||200|
|Waterloo, IA, United States||VP procurement|
|Sarnia, Ontario, Canada||President|
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