Environmental Executive Moves: PG&E, Eaton, Camfil, Ingenium, Chevron

by | Sep 3, 2015

pattada-pavanPG&E: The utility has named Melissa Lavinson chief sustainability officer. This is an expansion of her existing role as vice president of federal affairs. She has been with PG&E since 1997.

Eaton: The power management company has named Pavan Pattada (pictured) as president of the North America vehicle group. He joined Eaton in 2002 as the director of global sourcing for corporate supply chain management, was named general manager of Eaton’s truck business in India in 2005, and in 2009 became director of operations for North American truck.

Camfil Air Pollution Control: The manufacturer of dust, mist and fume collection equipment has appointed Christian Debus as the new executive vice president in charge of worldwide operations. He joins Camfil from the Recaro Group, where he held several senior positions.

Ingenium: The environmental services company has promoted Corey Johnson to corporate sales director. He previously served as the head of Northwest sales for the company. Prior to joining Ingenium in 2012, he was the Northwest Territory Manager for Rineco.

Chevron: The integrated energy company has selected senior staff engineer Shawn Whitacre as the new chairman of the ASTM Heavy-Duty Engine Oil Classification Panel. He has been involved with the ASTM HDEOCP since 1996.

Casella Waste Systems: The waste, recycling and resource management services company has appointed William Hulligan to the company’s board of directors. He is the former president and chief operating officer of Progressive Waste Solutions.

ATN Engineering: The refrigerator recycling company has hired Egbert Kap as a development engineer and Ronald Olthof as a field engineer.

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