Synagro welcomes new president and CEO

Nov. 4, 2014

BALTIMORE — Synagro Technologies creates sustainable solutions for natural waste challenges generated by civic and commercial growth.

BALTIMORE — Synagro Technologies announced that Stephen W. Cole has been named president and CEO, according to a press release.

Cole brings substantial experience leading private, public and private equity organizations with an international scope, stated the release.

The release reported that Cole also has executive experience leading sales, marketing, business development, manufacturing operations and logistics functions within all stages of the business cycle.

Cole previously served as an industrial advisor for EQT Holdings/EQT Partners, advising the firm as it carried out is mission to invest in companies across the world, and before EQT, he was president and CEO of SVM Inc., noted the release.

“As we enter into a new phase of growth, I am confident in our capabilities and energized by your ability to move forward and grow,” said Synagro Board of Directors Chairman Geoffrey D. Roberts. “Steve brings Synagro a proven track record of driving growth along with a great mix of leadership, inspiration, operational experience and passion for customer care.”

 You can find the release here.

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