June 20, 2021
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Advanced Drainage Systems Recognized for Product and Environmental Sustainability Leadership at Columbus Metropolitan Club Forum

COLUMBUS, Ohio–()–There is both a business case and an ethical imperative for corporate recycling initiatives, Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc (ADS) (NYSE: WMS) President and CEO Scott Barbour told a community forum in Columbus on Wednesday. But he also noted that reaching a more sustainable future is going to require investment in recycling infrastructure.

Barbour, who appeared with Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) Executive Director Ty Marsh and Hilliard City Manager Michelle Crandall, spoke as part of a Columbus Metropolitan Club panel focused on progress toward sustainable practices at the government, community and corporate levels.

Hilliard-based ADS is a publicly traded, $8 billion…

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