ITU AbsorbTech is pleased to announce we have recently upgraded to the most current ISO 14001:2015 standard.
Read about the latest awards, events, and recognition for ITU AbsobTech.
Effective October 20th, 2017, ITU AbsorbTech president Jim Leef named Paul Schoessow the new Vice President of Business Development and Doug Roskopf the new Vice President of Operations.
On October 13, 2017, the Piedmont team celebrated 10 years with no lost time injuries.
This milestone was achieved on September 26, 2017, exactly 10 years after Piedmont first opened its doors for business.
ITU AbsorbTech earned the prestigious BEST® Award in 2014, 2016 and 2017 and the ATD Excellence in Practice Award in 2015. HR Director, Heather Chung, outlines ITU AbsorbTech’s key strategic initiatives that contributed to its success as one of the top companies in the world for workplace learning.
The annual Next Generation Manufacturing Summit, presented by BizTimes Media, featured an exciting interactive discussion with chief executive officers of southeastern Wisconsin companies. The CEOs shared their companies’ best operational strategies and discuss their solutions for competing in a global marketplace
Tee Up Fore the Cure was blessed with a warm, sunny day and more than 230 golfers and 40 celebrities at Grand Geneva on Monday, September 18. The featured celebrity was baseball Hall of Famer, Rollie Fingers.
Mark your calendars for the 2018 Tee Up Fore the Cure on Sept. 17th!
Celebrities pictured above: Lance Allan, Don August, Kevin Bell, Jeff Blanzy, Bob Brainerd, Amanda Braun, Bill Campbell, Buzz Capra, Paul Coffman, Gary D’Amato, Bo Ellis, Rollie Fingers, Casey FitzRandolph, Dave Hallenbeck, Gene Hiser, Randy Hundley, Mickey Johnson, Michael King, Art Kramer, Pete Ladd, Rich Loiselle, Greg Matzek, Jim Mecir, Doug Melvin, Willie Mueller, Dan Needles, Jack Perconte, Pat Richter, Dave Robinson, Phil Roof, Adam Russell, Doug Russell, Ken Sanders, Tony Smith, Eric Soderholm, Tim Stoddard, Stephanie Sutton, Thomas Tellmann, Gorman Thomas, Keith Tozer, Paul Wagner, Frank Winters, and Brad Woodall.
About Tee Up Fore the Cure
Diabetes research is a cause close to the heart of the Leef family and ITU AbsorbTech. George L. Leef, ITU AbsorbTech’s second-generation president, was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 1929, shortly after the discovery of insulin. With the help of exercise and diet management, George lived a full life but still needed the aid of hundreds of thousands of blood checks and shots. He suffered from diabetic neuropathy for many years before passing away in 2007.
During his lifetime he generously gave to diabetes research. He was a kind and devoted family man who gave so much to all those who had the privilege of knowing him.
In honor of George’s love of the game, the first Tee Up Fore the Cure was played in 2006. It was a modest start on a cold fall day where 72 players helped raise $7,000 for Type 1 Diabetes research.
In 2016, Tee Up Fore the Cure partnered with Milwaukee Brewers pitching great, Ken Sanders, to add many new dimensions to Tee Up, including celebrity golfers. Robin Yount was Tee Up’s first featured celebrity for the 10th-anniversary celebration. The event has grown to 145 players in 2016 and has raised $190,000 for research to date.
ITU AbsorbTech achieves the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) honor roll seven years in a row.
ITU AbsorbTech has been named a winner of the Wisconsin Corporate Safety Award from the Wisconsin Safety Council (WSC) and the Department of Workforce Development (DWD).
Save the Date for our charity golf outing September 18, 2017.
ITU AbsorbTech employee Dan Rennekamp was honored with a certificate of appreciation by North Vernon Mayor Mike Ochs and Police Chief James Webster for his heroic action of saving a man’s life on February 27.
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Our processing facilities are registered to ISO 14001:2015