We employ nearly 100 experienced staff across our four facilities, involved in sales, operations, technical services, reporting and administration. We also partner with a number of social enterprises including Outlook Environmental and Axis Worx.
- Will Le Messurier – Managing Director
- Bruce Jackson – Director
- Leonard D’Costa – Director
- Mark Dawes – Director
- Rose Read – CEO, MRI PSO
- John Sarevicc – National Operations Manager
Will Le Messurier
Will is MRI’s owner and CEO, having been with MRI since its inception in 1991. Will aims to provide seamless and total service from end of first use, to end of life electronics, IT and telecommunications management through MR E-Cycle Solutions and its product stewardship arm, MRI PSO. Prior to his time with MRI, Will ran his own management consulting business, Will Le Messurier Consulting, and prior to that he worked for Agricorp and Price Waterhouse.
Will holds a Bachelor of Economics, Accounting.
Bruce is one of MRI’s Directors, and has also been in sales and marketing at MRI since 2008. He is customer service focused and a passionate strategist. Prior to his time with MRI, Bruce worked at CDA Australia.
Leonard holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Griffith University and has worked in asset management and disposal for over 20 years. As Director of MRI E-cycle Solutions, he understands the environmental, commercial and social benefits of keeping e-waste out of landfill, especially the re-marketing and recycling of ICT equipment. Leonard works with OEMS, brands, retailers and industry associations to add value to the e-waste and battery recycling process. He also works closely with local councils and their communities to help divert e-waste from landfill and create jobs. Leonard is committed to transforming the benefits of e-waste recycling into positive local outcomes. He is a regular golfer and keeps busy with a young family when not saving the planet.
Mark has been with MRI as a Director since 2010. Based in Canberra, Mark has grown MRI in the ACT to a steady and sustainable business which diverts over 1000 tons of e-waste from landfill every year, and provides employment to around ten previously unemployed staff. With a career spanning over several disciplines including IT support and the public service, Mark believes a strong business must provide needed social and/or environmental outcomes. Prior to his time at MRI, Mark worked at Jim’s Test & Tag and at the Department of Immigration and Citizenship. Mark holds a Bachelor, Psychology.