CSS Recycling Appoints New Head of Business Development

Roger Miller brings WEEE sector experience to electronics recycling firm.

June 12, 2013
RTGE Staff

CSS Recycling (Computer Salvage Specialists),  based in Newbury (Berkshire) in the U.K., has appointed Roger Miller head of business development. The company says the new role reflects its commitment to growth by increasing its staff and adding new processing equipment.  

Commenting on his appointment, Miller says, “I’m very proud to be joining CSS at such a key time of growth and development; I believe that the imminent arrival of the WEEE Re-Cast creates both opportunities and challenges that I am looking forward to tackling with the CSS team.”

Andrew Braysher, managing director of CSS Recycling, comments, “Roger has specialized in the WEEE sector since the introduction of the EU Directive in the U.K. and will bring experience and expertise to our team to further enhance the company’s position as a progressive and diverse WEEE solutions provider.”

CSS Recycling operates three locations in the U.K. and currently employs 65. The company recently invested in advanced processing equipment that will enable WEEE materials to be more effectively separated into their component streams, which the company says will ultimately improve recycling rates and standards.