Susan Barnatowicz Joins Gannon & Scott
R.I.-based precious metal reclamation company Gannon & Scott has announced that Susan Barnatowicz has joined its customer service team.
Susan Barnatowicz joins Gannon & Scott.
Precious metal reclamation and recovery company Gannon & Scott (Cranston, R.I.) has announced that Susan Barnatowicz has joined its customer service team. A former program director and teacher at East Greenwich’s Aim High Academy, Susan Barnatowicz has more than a decade of experience in demanding, multifunctional job roles. A Rhode Island native, Barnatowicz grew up in Warwick and received a business degree from St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire.
“It’s wonderful to be working at a family-oriented company with a very welcoming atmosphere and hard-working people,” Barnatowicz says.
Gannon & Scott says Barnatowicz’s strengths in multi-tasking and time management are key to supporting the company’s clients as well as its sales team.
“We’re so happy to have Susan join us. Her upbeat personality will be the first thing our customers won’t be able to help but notice,” says Joseph Peixoto, CEO of Gannon & Scott. “We’re looking forward to what the future brings with Susan on the team.”
Gannon & Scott serves customers across North America, processing, assaying and recovering precious metals from a range of spent materials at its facilities in Phoenix, Arizona, and Cranston, Rhode Island.
A guide to lowering pollution and recovering valuable process constituents.
Specific questions about zinc phosphate and pretreatment are answered in one article...
I am looking for safety/environmental requirements to set up a nitric acid cleaning and passivation system.