The Pet Sustainability Coalition announced this week that it has added two new board members: Dustin Dover, COO of MFiber and Brian Steinwagner, Executive VP of Business Development for Morris Packaging.
MFiber offers a non-chemically processed fiber ingredient from miscanthus grass that is grown by local farmers and manufactured in the US for pet foods.
“It’s an honor to have been chosen to serve with the amazing industry leaders involved with PSC,” Dover said. “The work that the Pet Sustainability Coalition does is important to our industry and they have proven themselves to be the premier leader in all things sustainable. I believe my representation of the supply side will be helpful because long term sustainability must start with ingredients and supplies. I am excited to get to work.”
Morris Packaging is the first packaging provider who has brought both PCR and recyclable packaging to the market.
“It is truly an honor to be asked to join the PSC family,” said Steinwagner. “I look forward to continuing the legacy the current and past leadership has started and continue to grow.”
PSC’s community of suppliers now represents 2 percent of the total member community, said Caitlyn Dudas, Executive Director of PSC. “Dustin and Brian not only bring a diverse perspective to our advisory board, but they are also exceptionally mission aligned and have been highly active as members of the Coalition,” she said.