Toxco Inc. maintains recycling facilities in California, Tennessee, British Columbia, and two in Ohio. Additional TOXCO facilities involved with manufacturing or testing new materials are located in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Toxco Inc. headquartered in Anaheim California, is a very diverse corporation. Our core business focus is on recycling all types of batteries, lithium chemicals, electronics, metals, precious metals, and other materials.
Steve Kinsbursky, President. Steve has over 20 years of experience in battery recycling processes. He is also president of Kinsbursky Brothers Inc. (a primary shareholder in Toxco); a successful family owned Southern California recycling facility established in 1910.
Kathy Bruce, Vice President. and is responsible for day-to-day process operations focusing on lithium and alkaline battery recycling. Kathy possesses over 20 years experience in the metals industry.
Ed Green, Vice President Battery Operations. Ed is responsible for day-to-day logistics and processing operations in Lancaster, OH and Baltimore, OH. These facilities focus on NiCad, NiMH, and Lead-Acid battery recycling. Ed possesses over 30 years experience in the metals industry.
Todd Coy, Vice President Battery Operation. Todd is responsible for the sales and marketing efforts of both Toxco and Kinsbursky Brothers Inc. Mr. Coy's responsibilities include reporting to the Board Of Directors of both Toxco and Kinsbursky Brothers Inc., and overseeing marketing campaigns.
Novis Smith, Vice President of Technology. Novis has over 40 years of experience in materials R&D, focusing on new developments and improvements for lithium chemicals, lithium battery cathode materials and electrolytes. Currently, he is involved in research and development in advanced capacitors, and lithium batteries including high purity lithium battery and EDLC salts, lithium-ion battery cathode materials and materials as well as the resultant electrolyte solutions and the recycling of these batteries.
Integrated Management System Policy
Toxco believes that protecting the environment and providing a safe workplace for its employees and visitors is a responsibility shared by management and employees. Toxco sees no conflict between its role of providing quality products and services and our responsibility for both complying with environmental regulation and providing a safe workplace. Toxco has created and is committed to the continuous improvement of an Integrated Environmental and Health and Safety Management System that promotes compliance with applicable federal, state, and local regulatory requirements.
Toxco’s approach to its IMS is to focus on creating a safe work environment while maintaining compliance with applicable environmental regulations and developing and implementing a program for continually improving EH&S compliance and performance. Once the baseline for EH&S compliance and performance is developed, it is possible to identify goals and targets for a continuing process of measurement, correction, and enhancement.
Toxco's process for planning and implementing this integrated management system includes:
- Defining responsibility and assigning accountability
- Employee safety and environmental compliance training.
- Assessing environmental risk.
- Assessing workplace safety.
- Routinely checking compliance
- Conducting system assessments.
- Corrective actions.
- Preventing injury and illness in the workplace.
- Preventing pollution.
Toxco‘s IMS relies on these essential components to ensure that employees understand their compliance obligations and that appropriate resources are available to implement and sustain compliance. Toxco requires that all employees follow the procedures established by the IMS. The Integrated Management System (IMS) defines Toxco’s continual process for recognizing, managing, and mitigating environmental impacts, preventing injury and illness at the workplace, developing a safety culture, and for achieving and managing sustainable compliance.