g2 revolution LLC founded in Ohio by Billy Watterson.
g2 launches a proprietary ecotrak database system for our customer recycling data.
Loss of Findlay, OH, processing center due to fire caused by contractor error; client services continue via temporary mobile facilities.
g2 leases a 212,000 sf. former Cardinal Health warehouse in Findlay, OH, for processing materials.
Feed the Future program initiated to help purchase meals for food banks and to support homeless shelters activities.
g2 launches first grocery store client consumer chemical product recycling program in Minnesota and Florida.
g2 leases a 27,000 sf. former airplane hanger next to the Lake in the Hills, IL, airport for a new headquarters and container shipping operation.
g2 continues to grow and leases a second 14,000 sf. airplane hanger adjacent to the airport for storage.
g2 crease a customer-facing “myecotrak” data portal for clients to review recycling data, by container, from all their facilities.
US Environmental Protection Agency releases letter concurring in general with g2 proposed approach for nicotine-containing product recycling, facilitating the launch of separate Knightshade LLC recycling services.
g2 launches its first recycling program for a convenience store chain.
g2 becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of new holding company Watterson Brands, LLC, and Scott DeMuth becomes its President.
g2 receives a “Silver Medal” rating from corporate social responsibility assessor EcoVadis.
g2’s Findlay operation partners with New Vision Employment Services to provide jobs for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Feed the Future program support extended to include environmental conservation organizations, such as the Black Swamp Conservancy.
g2 achieves Green Business Bureau “platinum” status for sustainability initiatives within its own operations.
Feed the Future milestone: 2,000,000 meals provided to combat hunger through g2 recycling!
g2 moves its headquarters and shipping to a larger leased 117,000 sf. building in Lake Zurich, IL, adding in materials processing similar to Findlay’s operations.
g2 becomes the recycling partner for Rubicon’s Trick or TrashTM candy wrapper collection program.
Assisted investigators with processing/scanning products for a multi-million dollar retail theft case.
g2 achieves two “zero-waste-to-landfill” certifications for Lake Zurich and Findlay recycling operations, and a materials “chain-of-custody” certification for select vendors, audited by GreenCircle Certified.
g2 begins supporting Lake County Haven, a local organization assisting homeless women and children with shelter, education and other needs.
Feed the Future milestone: g2 local charitable partner the Pioneer Center has provided 30,000 person-days of homeless shelter support through g2 recycling programs.