A respected Aberdeen entrepreneur has joined the board of an award-winning North-east organics recycling company to support its continued growth.
Jim Clark, founder of oil and gas waste management company MSIS, has been formally appointed as chairman on the board of Keenan Recycling, which is headquartered in New Deer.
Mr Clark, a serial entrepreneur, has held a number of prominent board-level roles during his career. Over the years he has been chairman of utility services company, Turriff Group; IT Services company, Pragma and waste management firm, Wastepak.
He was also a main board director of listed waste management services company, Caird Group PLC and landfill site operators, Caird Evered PLC. His latest appointment comes following the recent opening of KeenanRecycling’s Central Belt office in Linlithgow.
Commenting on his new role, Mr Clark said: “I am delighted to be taking on the role of chairman on the board at what is an extremely exciting time for Keenan Recycling as the company continues to enjoy continued growth across Scotland.”
Keenan Recycling managing director, Grant Keenan, added: “Jim’s vast business expertise is invaluable in his role as chairman at Keenan Recycling, and he will play an integral part in driving further development in the region.”