About Cascades Recovery+

Cascades Recovery+ Management

Albino Metauro
Executive Vice President

Albino Metauro

Albino Metauro has been Chief Executive Officer since the inception of the company. He is one of the two founding partners, and has been involved in every aspect of the business since its beginnings in 1979. He is responsible for the overall development and growth of the company by providing corporate direction that is focused on the recovery of discarded materials. Most notably he first introduced the company’s tag line “Maximum Recovery …Minimum Waste” twelve years ago. In keeping with the times, his most recent contribution is the company’s re-branding from Metro Waste Paper Recovery Inc. to Cascades Recovery+ and the introduction of Recovery …PLUS™.

Anthony Metauro
Vice President, Recovery Operations

Anthony Metauro

Anthony Metauro cofounded the company with his brother Albino in 1979 and has been involved in all areas of the business since its inception. As Chief Operating Officer, Anthony is responsible for the design and operation of the company’s  ­­­23 processing facilities across North America.  With over 1.5 million tonnes of recyclable paper and other secondary materials being processed annually by Cascades Recovery+, Anthony has been instrumental in ensuring that each facility runs efficiently, promoting a positive work environment and developing teamwork.  In addition to overseeing the operational matters for the company, Anthony has overall responsibility for the company’s Health and Safety Program as well as Risk Management.

Gary Sexton
Vice President

Gary Sexton

Since joining Cascades Recovery+ in 1989 as a Sales and Marketing Representative, Gary Sexton has held positions of increasing responsibility throughout his time at Cascades Recovery+. In 1993, he was appointed as the Manager of the Materials Management Group (MMG) responsible for selling all the materials from the company’s internal plant operations as well as developing the company’s material brokerage business. In 1999, he was appointed the Vice President of the companies US operations with responsibilities to oversee all US operations. In 2002, he was appointed Vice President of MMG, a position he currently holds.

Paul Jablonski
Director, Account Sustainability

Paul Jablonski

Paul Jablonski joined Cascades Recovery+ in 1991 as a Sales Representative. Over the next several years Paul held various positions of increasing responsibility, from Sales Manager to General Manager of the Toronto operations, to the position of Vice President, Materials Procurement. Paul has expanded his role in the company and now holds the position of Vice-President, Account Sustainability. In this capacity Paul works with all Cascades Recovery+ marketplaces and their Account Management teams to guide the development of strategic partnerships with customers, increasing account sustainability and efficiencies and manages continuous process development to ensure that corporate sustainability goals are met for both the customer and Cascades Recovery+.

George Boothe
Vice President, Finance & Administration

George Boothe

George joined Cascades Recovery+. as Chief Financial Officer in 2011 with over twenty years’ experience in the Waste Disposal and Recycling Industry. He worked predominately with Laidlaw Waste Systems and Waste Services Inc. He held various accounting, auditing, and operating positions during this period including Chief Financial Officer and President of Waste Services Inc. George started his career at Coopers & Lybrand as an Auditor and later as an IT Specialist in the Information Technology Group. He is a Chartered Accountant.

Terry Foster
Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Human Resources

Terry Foster

After graduating with a BA – in Economics/Commerce from Simon Fraser University, Terry started his career in Human Resources with BC Transit in 1979. He worked as the Manager, Human Resources at Westcoast Energy from 1984 – 1996 and Director, Human Resources with Crown Packaging from 1996 – 2001. He joined Cascades Recovery+ in 2002 and was promoted to Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Human Resources in 2006.



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