Canter Named President Of At-Sea Incineration

Howard R. Canter has been appointed president of At-Sea Incineration, Inc. (ASI), according to a recent announcement by B.

James Lowe, president and chief executive officer of Tacoma Boatbuilding Company. He succeeds Gerald R. Schiller, who has resigned but will continue to serve as a consultant to the company.

A subsidiary of Tacoma Boat, ASI will provide the service of destroying hazardous waste by incineration aboard specially designed incineration ships at federally approved ocean burn sites. In February this year, the first Americanbuilt, high-efficiency incineration ship, Apollo I, was launched by her designer and builder, Tacoma Boatbuilding. The ship will be chartered by Apollo Company LP, a New York limited partnership, and leased to ASI.

Mr. Canter brings to his new position broad-based experience in technical management and related environmental concerns. Most recently, he was vice president and director for Burns & Roe, Inc.

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