EnviroTech Holdings Corp and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Green EnviroTech Corp., a leading plastics recovery, separation, cleaning, and recycling company, announced today the resignation of Jeffrey Chartier as President and as a director of the company and the appointment of Lou Perches as Chief Operating Officer. Wayne Leggett, who has served as Chief Financial Officer of the company since March 2010, has also been appointed to the Board of Directors. Mr. Leggett, who will continue in his position as CFO, is an accredited accountant with 35 years of experience and has extensive knowledge in tax accounting, financial statements, budgeting and cash flow analysis.
"We would like to offer our most sincere appreciation to Jeff Chartier for his service to the company and welcome Lou Perches to our management team," said Gary De Laurentiis, CEO, Green EnviroTech. "Jeff has made positive contributions and we wish him nothing but the best." Mr. Chartier commented, "I am moving on to pursue other opportunities and but I strongly believe in the future of Green EnviroTech and support the new management team as it moves the company forward."
Mr. Perches comes to Green EnviroTech with over 35 years of experience in the plastic industry and holds many distinguished certifications. Lou Perches is Six Sigma certified and is capable of building and operating plants under the ISO certification umbrella. The company intends to construct fully compliant ISO facilities globally. He has held positions of General Manager of an Injection molding company in Chicago and as Director of Corporate Quality for a global manufacture of closures for the beverage industry based in Northern California. He has also served as consultant to various companies in the food and beverage industries and has been a Lecturing Professor for the school of Industrial Technology at California State University San Francisco. Mr. Perces has also served as an advisory board member to California State University Hayward School of Industrial Technology.