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Vecoplan Names Davidson New Project Manager – Waste Systems

Vecoplan Names Davidson New Project Manager – Waste Systems

Matt Davidson has been appointed as the newest project manager in Vecoplan LLC’s Waste Systems Center of Competency. Located in High Point NC, Vecoplan LLC is a worldwide leader in the design, engineering, manufacturing, installation, and commissioning of turnkey systems that process MSW, other waste streams, and raw biomass for use as feedstock in the production of alternative fuels and energy.

Prior to this appointment, Davidson held the position of product engineer at Vecoplan. In addition to his tenure with Vecoplan, Davidson worked as a mechanical project engineering manager at Crowder Construction Co., and as a mechanical engineering intern with Square D. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University in 2007.

Davidson’s responsibilities will include coordinating the design and development of large scale, turnkey systems for the processing and production of alternative fuels from biomass and waste, as well as general waste treatment systems. In order to ensure continuous quality control, he will also oversee the manufacture and implementation of his projects once the engineering phase has been completed.

“The rapid growth that we’ve experienced, especially in the design of large integrated systems, has made it necessary for us to expand both our capabilities and our personnel. We are fortunate to have someone of Matt’s caliber and expertise, join our Waste Systems team here at Vecoplan,” said Uwe Eschenhorst, VP – Center of Competence/Waste Systems at Vecoplan LLC.


 

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