Omni Conversion Technologies names Jonathan Lundy new CEO, Stephen Poloz joins board

OTTAWA - Omni Conversion Technologies Inc. has named Jonathan Lundy as its new chief executive and former Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz to the company’s board of directors.

The company also announced Daniel Kammen, Peter Fraser and Carmen Vierula have joined Omni CT chairman Rod Bryden, who had also been CEO, on the board.

Ottawa-based Omni CT is working to convert municipal garbage and industrial and commercial waste into usable fuel.

Lundy joins OMNI CT from BWXT where he was the vice-president of strategy and business services. He previously was interim CEO and chief transition officer at Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.

Kammen is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and an expert in renewable energy, while Fraser is co-chief investment officer of West Face Capital Inc.
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