You will also begin to see more opportunities for interaction with Solid Waste & Recycling. There will be polls on the website, a presence on Twitter, and calls for comment on issues of particular importance
Let’s get to know each other a bit better. My name’s Dave … nice to meet you.
As of January, I’ll be the new editor of the print and online versions of Solid Waste & Recycling magazine. It’s a tremendous opportunity, and I hope you’ll be so kind as to invite me into the industry’s inner sanctum. That way we can work together to keep each other ambitious and informed, two critical elements for success in any industry.
My first issue of the print magazine for Solid Waste & Recycling will be in February 2015. You won’t notice too many differences at first, as I’m going to be making them gradually. But I will note that you will begin to see much stronger integration between our print and electronic publications. Previously they’ve existed in somewhat different realms from one another, though I’m confident about my plans to create tighter, streamlined content that will make both the print and electronic versions live in harmony.
You will also begin to see more opportunities for interaction with Solid Waste & Recycling. There will be polls on the website, a presence on Twitter, and calls for comment on issues of particular importance. That said, I’m also going to need your help for us to make Solid Waste & Recycling a forum for active participation. That means we need more comments from you on news articles, as well as more leads on news stories. Don’t be shy! Got a tip or suggestion for a news story? An event you want to promote? Then please let us know. There are no bad ideas. If you think it’s important, there’s a good chance somebody else does too!
If you think you have what it takes to write a column on a topic close to your heart or your job, drop me a line at email@example.com.
So…a little bit about me then. I’ll be 36 any day now. I’m an avid golfer and singer-songwriter. I’ve been married to my beautiful wife Megan for just over one year now, residing in Toronto’s west end in the Junction near High Park.
I’ve been a journalist for more than seven years. I’ve covered beats such as criminal court, the environment, and city hall, all primarily in Eastern Ontario.