Federal International Recycling and Waste Solutions appoints new president/CEO

Sam Still joins the company.


Federal International Recycling and Waste Solutions, a division of Federal International Inc., St. Louis, has named Sam Still its new CEO and president. Still replaces John Daniel, who after 13 years with Federal, is leaving to pursue other opportunities.

Claire Newton, president of Federal International, states, “We are sad to see John leave but thank him for his knowledge, guidance and humor as we have grown.”

She continues, “Federal International Recycling is thrilled to bring Sam on board to continue the culture that John created over his tenure. Sam will continue our vision of becoming the largest independent recycler in the United States.” 

Still has more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of the recycling industry, including operations, sales, trading and fiber procurement. He has worked in a variety of position for some the world’s largest integrated paper companies, according to a news release from Federal International, which adds that Still has a great reputation and high degree of knowledge of the recycling industry. Culturally, he is a perfect fit for Federal International Recycling and embraces the company’s core values, according to the news release.

Federal International Recycling and Waste Solutions is an industry-leading independent recycling company. Founded in 1914, Federal International Inc. and its subsidiaries provide a variety of recycling and manufacturing services throughout North America and Europe. 

Federal International worked with Tyler Frisbie and Global Recruiters of McKinney, based in McKinney, Texas, to fill the position.