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Bruce Savage new ISRI VP communications

Archiv – The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI)has appointed Bruce Savage as Vice President Communications. Mr Savage will head up ISRI’s internal and external communications activities, expanding the association’s efforts to highlight the scrap recycling industry’s integral role in energy conservation as well as economic, environmental and social sustainability.United States | The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI)has appointed Bruce Savage as Vice President Communications. Mr Savage will head up ISRI’s internal and external communications activities, expanding the association’s efforts to highlight the scrap recycling industry’s integral role in energy conservation as well as economic, environmental and social sustainability.
The newly created position of ISRI vice president communications is the result of a staff realignment of the numerous duties of Chuck Carr, ISRI’s current Vice President of member services, meetings, marketing and communications. Under this realignment, Carr will focus on ISRI’s member services and education and training programs as well as directing the annual ISRI convention and exposition all of which have grown substantially since they came under his direction in 2005.
Bruce Savage most recently served as Vice President, public affairs for the Manufactured Housing Institute in Arlington where he oversaw all communications, media relations, market research and public affairs activities on behalf of the national trade association. He also worked extensively in developing a national image enhancement proposal for the manufactured and modular housing industry.

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