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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - US recycling company Liberty Tire Recycling has appointed Dave Troyanek as western regional account executive. In this role, Troyanek will work to further expand Liberty Tire Recycling's footprint in the western region of the US, Liberty Tire said in a 26 Oct announcement.
"Dave's extensive experience in sales and marketing for the asphalt industry makes him a strong asset to our sales team at Liberty Tire Recycling as we work to uncover new opportunities and grow our business in the western region of the US," said Kurt Meyer, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Liberty Tire Recycling.
Troyanek has over 10 years of experience in oil and emulsions, logistics, estimating, training and marketing in Arizona. Most recently, he served as regional sales manager at Pavement Restoration, Inc., where he worked to build partnerships with key industry professionals, performed extensive field work, managed safety operations and developed strategies for capturing new business.
Prior to this, he worked at Ergon Asphalt, Inc. as both an area sales manager and central dispatcher. He holds a master's degree from Arizona State University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin. He is based out of Phoenix.
Liberty Tire Recycling of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, said it recycles more than 130 million tyres annually. The recycled rubber is used as crumb rubber and industrial feedstock for moulded products; as tyre-derived fuel for industrial kilns, mills and power plants; and as rubber mulch for landscaping and playgrounds.
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Press release from Liberty Tire Recycling