Inciner8 growth plans heat up with new CEO appointment

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Inciner8, the UK manufacturer of incinerators supplied to customers around the world, has appointed Darren Spencer as the company’s new CEO.

A talented business leader with global experience in the machinery industry, Darren has the strategic thinking and commercial acumen to steer Inciner8 through the next stage in the company’s development and deliver on ambitious goals for expansion and continued innovation.

Bringing more than 30 years’ experience in the manufacturing sector to his new role at Inciner8, Darren will be responsible for leading the company’s team as the business continues to build on its international reputation for innovative incineration technology, market-leading engineering, and exceptional customer service.

Inciner8 has a diverse customer base around the world, across sectors including healthcare, municipal waste, mining, NGOs, agriculture and remote island hospitality. Darren’s remit includes expanding on this reach, supporting authorities and companies around the world as they tackle the challenges of handling waste safely, cleanly, efficiently and cost-effectively by choosing clean air incineration. The company’s products are sold in virtually all countries and industry sectors. As global populations continue to grow, exacerbating the issues around relying on landfill as the primary waste disposal option, Darren will spearhead Inciner8’s focus on providing sustainable and affordable incineration solutions.

Darren commented: “I am hugely excited to be joining the Inciner8 team. As someone who has worked for 30+ years in manufacturing and global distribution, witnessing what the team at Inciner8 have achieved in the past few years is highly impressive, and an example of what a driven team with a clear vision can do.”

“I accepted the offer to join the team after observing an industry that clearly has so much potential for growth, and a belief that Inciner8 are a business uniquely placed to become a market leader within the incineration industry.”

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