Arnold Bowers resides in Winchester, V.A., with his wife, Breigh, and fourteen-year-old son, Avery. Bowers has more than 25 years in the waste and recycling industries. He spent 18 years with Waste Management, Inc. starting at the hauling company level in sales, then expanding through sales management at the district, market area, and then national level. He then joined ENGIE Impact (known as Ecova at that time) in 2014 as a SME to support the growth of the waste services business. Bowers has held positions in salles, management, and currently as a Sr. Director of the company's Waste Expansion Business as part of the Resource Data Management group within ENGIE. His academic background is an MS in Safety & Environmental Management from WVU and an MBA from the Harry Bird School of Business, Shenandoah University.
All Sessions by Arnold Bowers
Creating a Sustainable Future: The Role of Recyclers and Our IndustryBreakers H-I
Presented by ISRI Young Executives Council
What does “sustainability” mean and how can we achieve it? In this session, the Young Executives Council will explore these questions as well as the challenges, opportunities, and myths. We’ll discuss how companies can proactively achieve a more sustainable future for their businesses and communities. We will also hear directly from recyclers who have built and advocated for sustainability programs that have successfully impacted operations.
Path to Sustainability: What Is It and Why You Should CareBreakers K-L
What does “sustainability” mean and how can we achieve it? Come explore these questions as well as the challenges, opportunities, and myths. Discuss how your company can proactively achieve a more sustainable future. Learn from the recyclers who have built and advocated for sustainability programs that have successfully impacted operations.