Recycling Association of North Carolina Hosts Meeting

At the heart of RANC’s existence is the desire to promote a positive image and perception of the scrap industry.

📅   Wed September 02, 2015 - Southeast Edition
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RANC members receive a welcome to the annual event via a Sennebogen 818E.
RANC members receive a welcome to the annual event via a Sennebogen 818E.
RANC members receive a welcome to the annual event via a Sennebogen 818E. Manning the ASC and Sennebogen booth are Andreas Earnst (L) of Sennebogen and Rob Jordan of ASC. (L-R): Rob Jordan of ASC; and Ronnie Thompson and Henry Bagwell, both of TT&E Metal in Garner, N.C. (L-R): Justin Patterson, Jared Hardison, Jamie Plummer and John Deschenes, all of OmniSource, attend the meeting. (L-R): Bill Abraham and Jesse Mintz, both of Company Wrench, and Glenn Cox of Cox Auto Salvage in Elm City, N.C., share a laugh at the meeting. Representing RANC (L-R) are Board Members Ronnie Thompson, TT&E Iron & Metal in Garner, N.C.; President Travis Ward, RMR Inc.; Vice President, Mike Torrence, Foils Inc; and Board Member Rob Jordan, ASC. (L-R back): Kent Baltzer, DH Griffin Company; Kurt Held, Carolina CAT. (L-R front) Michael Guarglia, Tri City Auto Salvage, Greensboro, N.C. and Craig Eudy, Gregory Poole Equipment Company. Land Lowder (L), A.L. Lowder Iron & Metal in Albemarle, N.C., and Mike Ganie of Genesis Attachments.

The Recycling Association of North Carolina (RANC), which serves as the state-wide nonprofit trade association for those involved in the metals recycling industry in North Carolina, held a meeting on Aug. 13. The association, which features both public and private businesses, includes scrap recyclers, equipment vendors and service providers. RANC aims to provide a means of communication between the association and all other groups interested in or affected by the metals recycling industry.

At the heart of RANC’s existence is the desire to promote a positive image and perception of the scrap industry. The association works hard to promote a positive image through education, outreach and relationship building with legislators, law enforcement, other associations and the general public.

RANC helps to educate and train its members on current and potential legislation and regulatory issues. This holds true on local and state levels, as well as nationally through RANC’s association with ISRI, the national nonprofit trade association for the recycling industry.

For more information, visit www.ncrecyclingassociation.org.