Dennis Devine is a founder and owner of COMPAX and has lived in Salt Lake City for over 20 years. He’s passionate about agile business processes and closing the manufacturing loop in his community. Dennis cares about recycling on a small scale, actively avoiding single use items like plastic bags and straws, and on a larger scale, regrinding 100% of scrap plastic in his facility and setting ambitious post consumer resin goals. He would like to see recycling become more efficient and less wasteful. Dennis is most proud of his two children, Derek and Danelle, who live in Portland, Oregon, and Salt Lake City. In his free time, you’ll find Dennis outside skiing, hiking or biking. Dennis donates time to a resource center and a local homeless shelter. He’s also a certified scuba diver and enjoys attending music festivals.