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LEADING THE SECONDARY MATERIALS AND RECYCLED TEXTILES ASSOCIATION

William Schapiro, President of Whitehouse & Schapiro, LLC, served on the SMART board for nearly a decade and as the SMART president from 2005 – 2007. During that leadership he was responsible for great expansion of membership and advancement of industry initiatives.  Here are some highlighted articles from his time of leadership.

 

SMART Meets with U.S.Commerce Department June 2011

 

A Thank You to the Unsung Leadership and Board of SMART February 2011

 

Government Relations for the Little Guy January 2010

 

Ask Not What SMART Can Do For You SMARTtalk Feb 2009

 

Predictions and Forecasts SMARTtalk March 2009

 

Setting the Record Straight SMARTtalk April 2009

 

Defining Who We Are SMARTtalk May 2009

 

Introduction to Reclaimed Resources SMARTtalk July 2009

 

Stastistics are SMART SMARTtalk Aug 2009

 

Government Relations and SMART SMARTtalk Sept 2009

 

SMART Sharing Ideas SMARTtalk Oct 2009

 

SMART ISO Standards The Wold Aligns SMARTtalk Nov 2009

 

The Little Guys SMARTtalk December 2009

 

SMART and the Media January 2008

 

“It’s More Than A Living” February 2008

 

“IT JUST TAKES ONE” March 2008

 

BOXED IN April 2008

 

Non-Competes, Etc. May 2008

 

Consult Your Nearest Tax Adviser June 2008

 

SMART: Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself July 2008

 

One Container of Towels, 500 Jobs November 2008

 

ABC News is Calling January 2007

 

More Results From The Laboratory April 2007

 

The Council on Textile Recycling May 2007

 

“DEJA VU,ALL OVER AGAIN” June 2007

 

“Breath Mint Or Candy Mint” September 2007

 

“Time for Houston to Unite” October 2007

 

“The SMART Regional: A Brief History” November 2007

 

One Year Later December 2007

 

President’s Column November 2006

 

“How I Almost Lost Close to $600,000 in One Day” or “How Did This Man Ever Get a Law Degree? October 2006

 

“If You Want Me, Please Marry Me” September 2006

 

Travails of the Little Guys July 2006

 

Life Without SMART: Something to Consider May 2006