Tigard-based waste-to-energy company Agilyx named a new CEO and CFO, amid considerations of an initial public offering.
The Tigard-based company, which develops technology to turn waste plastics into marketable crude oil, named David Patten its new chairman and CEO. Patten, an Agilyx board member since January, comes from MaxWest Environmental Systems, a Sanford, Fla.-based company that generates renewable energy from wastewater.
Roger Rowe becomes the company's new CFO, coming over from Hillsboro-based chip-maker TriQuint Semiconductor, where he served most recently as director of financial planning and analysis and investor relations.
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