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PureCycle appoints jaime vasquez as chief financial officer

23 Feb 2024

PureCycle Technologies, Inc., announced the appointment of Jaime Vasquez as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. Vasquez brings more than 20 years of experience as a financial executive to the role and most recently served as Chief Financial Officer at C&D Technologies.

PureCycle CEO Dustin Olson said, “We are excited to welcome Jaime to the PureCycle team. We are confident that his impressive background will help us in this next phase of our growth.”

Prior to his time with C&D Technologies, Vasquez served as Chief Financial Officer at AK steel from 2015 to 2019, and previously as Director of Finance from 2014 through 2015. From 2001 through 2014, Vasquez worked in various financial roles at Carpenter Technology Corporation.

Vasquez expressed his excitement about joining PureCycle, “I'm thrilled to be joining the PureCycle team at such an important time in the company’s young history. I look forward to helping PureCycle bring this groundbreaking technology to market and expanding our footprint beyond Ironton.”

Vasquez will replace Jeff Fieler, who has served as interim Chief Financial Officer since December 1, 2023. Fieler will continue to serve as a non-independent member of the PureCycle Board of Directors.

Olson added, “I would like to thank Jeff for stepping in as interim CFO. His understanding of PureCycle from his time serving on our Board of Directors made for an easy transition and I'm thankful he will continue to be a part of our distinguished board.”

About PureCycle Technologies
PureCycle Technologies LLC., a subsidiary of PureCycle Technologies, Inc., holds a global license for the only patented solvent-driven purification recycling technology, developed by The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G), that is designed to transform polypropylene plastic waste (designated as No. 5 plastic) into a continuously renewable resource. The unique purification process removes color, odor, and other impurities from No. 5 plastic waste resulting in an ultra-pure recycled (UPR) plastic that can be recycled and reused multiple times, changing our relationship with plastic.

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