Deputy counsel moves up at TIC Holdings
Steamboat Springs Kit Kramer, deputy corporate counsel for TIC Holdings, has accepted a new position as vice president-commercial contracts, TIC general counsel Pat Barney announced in a news release.
In his new role within the TIC Legal Department, the release said, Kramer will oversee all aspects of commercial contracts with the goal of minimizing risk without reducing market competitiveness. He also retains the position of deputy corporate counsel.
"I am looking forward to helping people throughout the TIC companies reduce contract risk while also maintaining our competitiveness by eliminating burdensome and unnecessary contract provisions," Kramer said in the release.
Kramer holds an engineering degree from Ohio State University, an MBA from St. Louis University, a master's in environmental science and engineering from Colorado School of Mines and a law degree from the University of Denver. He is a member of the Colorado and Missouri bars and is certified to practice in the Federal District Court, Denver.
Cartridge World encourages recycling
Cartridge World is pushing consumers to recycle used printer cartridges, Keith Zimmer, who owns the Steamboat Springs location, said in a news release. A cartridge can take up to 450 years to decompose in a landfill, according to the release. Customers can swap empty cartridges or buy those that already are refilled at the store at 1755 Central Park Drive. Recycling bins also are available there.
"With our continued commitment to recycling, we look forward to the day when reusing and refilling cartridges is as common as separating waste materials in our homes," Zimmer said in the release.
Cartridge World also suggests consumers use rewriteable CDs and DVDs so they can be reused, print on both sides of the page, reduce margin areas to fit more text on a page, double-check drafts before printing, decide with team members who will take printouts to meetings and turn off electrical equipment at night.