Glen Watson is a third-generation owner of Watson Recycling and president of Infinite Recycled Technologies. His experience and leadership have been focused on growing the family business since the mid 1990s when he purchased the business and became one of the pioneers of curbside recycling in Olmsted County.
Jeremiah Watson is part of the next generation of recycling. As CEO of Infinite Recycled Technologies, he is responsible for running all facets of the business, including the Research and Development lab where a team of engineers and recycling specialists will continue to invent more effective and efficient ways to recycle.
John Watson, also part of the next generation of recycling, is responsible for incorporating lean manufacturing practices and continuous improvement initiatives, ensuring that Infinite Recycled Technologies remains competitive in the local and global marketplace.
Patrick Elmore is responsible for incorporating lean manufacturing practices and continuous improvement initiatives. Promoted from Vice President, where he applied his over 20 years of experience in sales to foster growth and uphold customer satisfaction, Mr. Elmore remains focused on ensuring that Infinite Recycled Technologies continues to be competitive in the local and global marketplace.
Lisa Callahan is responsible for global sales and marketing. She has over 10 years of experience in the investment banking industry, several years as a Senior Equity Research Analyst focused on the Energy Technology Sector as well as many years in both technology equity research and institutional sales.
While working as a VP in sales, Ms. Callahan also grew a start-up company considerably. Although not involved in it today, the Company continues to be successful throughout the senior-housing industry. She is excited to be growing such an important process and function for glass companies that utilize Infinite Recycled Technologies and solutions.
Aaron Dahl is responsible for all new and existing advancements in mechanical, glass, and polymer technologies. He will be leading an advanced team forward to a new age of recycling and sustainability, making Infinite Recycled Technologies the new world leader.
Shannon Froendt is responsible for maintaining the facility and equipment, creating new processing equipment, and streamlining production to keep the organization moving forward.
Justan Bellrichard is responsible for production and maintenance, along with overseeing all warehouse activities, including organizing the safe and efficient receipt, storage and dispatch of goods.
Samantha Froendt is responsible for organizing and coordinating office administration and procedures to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency and safety.