Greg Wittbecker, Director of Corporate Metal Recycling Strategy for Alcoa Inc., was recently elected to the Southeast Recycling Development Council’s 2009-2010 board of directors.
The Southeast Recycling Development Council (SERDC) was established and created by professionals in the recycling industry in the Southeast to provide a networking and communication infrastructure for the industry, to promote sustainable recycling programs, and to coordinate education and public awareness activities related to recycling.
“I’m excited to have the opportunity to serve on this board alongside recycling advocates from throughout the Southeast,” Wittbecker said.
In his current role, Wittbecker is responsible for the planning and execution of Alcoa’s aluminum scrap recycling activities, with a special focus on used beverage container recycling.
Wittbecker joined Alcoa in 2003 as the Director of Logistics and Transportation for North American Primary Metals, where he managed the supply chain for Alcoa’s 11 North American smelters and Iceland location.
Before joining Alcoa, Wittbecker worked for Koch Supply and Trading, Wise Metals Group and Cargill Inc.
For more information about the Alcoa Recycling program, visit www.alcoarecycling.com