David Keeling | U.S. Green Building Council
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David Keeling

  • AP-Homes Certified

David Keeling is the Director, Recycling for the Steel
Recycling Institute (SRI). Prior to joining the SRI in 1990, Mr. Keeling held
positions in Sales and Customer Service at Central Steel and Wire, Inc. in
Chicago, IL. He served three years as National President for Pi Sigma
Epsilon, Inc., a national professional marketing fraternity. He currently
serves as the Chair of the Pi Sigma Epsilon National Education Foundation.
Mr. Keeling holds a B.S. in Marketing from Southern Illinois University at
Carbondale, (IL). He is also a LEED Accredited Professional in the United
States Green Building Council. Dave and his wife, Kristin, have two
daughters, Isabelle Socorro and Jenna Elizabeth and a son, Jackson William
(aka. Jack Attack).

Mr. Keeling’s recycling related responsibilities include working on the
regional, state, county and community levels to implement steel recycling, as
well as expanding the steel recycling infrastructure and developing
additional end markets for post-consumer steel.

His construction related responsibilities require him to serve as an
informational resource about the sustainable attributes of steel construction
to the building community in his region. His main focus has been to foster
and expand his relationships with the staff, leadership and members of the
local chapters of the United States Green Building Council and other
construction related organizations.

The Steel Recycling Institute is an industry association with the mission of
promoting and sustaining steel recycling. It is the primary information and
technical resource for municipalities, recyclers, businesses, legislators,
educators and other entities interested in steel recycling. The S.R.I. is a
business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute.

American Iron & Steel Institute serves as the voice of the North American
steel industry in the public policy arena and advances the case for steel in
the marketplace as the preferred material of choice. AISI also plays a lead
role in the development and application of new steels and steelmaking
technology. AISI is comprised of 21 member companies, including integrated
and electric furnace steelmakers, and 123 associate and affiliate members who
are suppliers to or customers of the steel industry.