Consolidated Container Co, which recently acquired two major suppliers of recycled resins, plans to make structural and personnel changes at the companies.

Rigid plastic packaging maker Consolidated Container Co. (CCC) acquired Envision Plastics LLC and Ecoplast Corp. in June 2014. Now the Atlanta-based company plans to move the Ecoplast business under the Envision umbrella, the company announced.

The personnel changes involve a number of industry veterans.

Two executives are leaving the company: Jose Perez, Ecoplast sales and procurement leader, and Scott Booth, who has led Envision and Ecoplast since the acquisition.

On the hiring front, Mark Shafer recently joined CCC as vice president and general manager for the newly combined Envision Plastics business. Shafer has held many general management and business development roles, with nine years spent at Georgia-Pacific.

In addition, Tamsin Ettefagh’s responsibilities as vice president of sales have been expanded to include both the Envision and Ecoplast product lines. And Mylinda Jacobsen will assume responsibility for the supply and trading of raw materials for both Envision and Ecoplast products.

Envision recycles post-consumer HDPE into various resins, including EcoPrime, the only food-grade recycled HDPE approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to CCC. Envision also produces the Prisma color-sorted resin, natural resin and mixed color utility-grade resin.

Ecoplast offers custom-compounded recycling streams.