About Us

Drew Schwartz


colorado plastics Drew and Anita Schwartz

Drew, and his wife Anita, bought Colorado Plastic Products in September 2005.  Drew brings over 25 years of senior operating experience to the company, particularly in custom fabrication.  Drew has previously held positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Vet Tech Labs, Wall Technology, and Owens-Corning.

Drew holds an MBA from Georgetown University and has been a Colorado resident since 1994.

Anita Schwartz directs marketing and outreach for the company.


Zach Hardin

Project Manager


Zach has worked at Colorado Plastics for nine years and runs our insides sales and customer service area.  If you have a machinable or see-through plastic sheet rod or tube requirement, Zach’s your man.


Charlie Waychoff

Inside Sales


Charlie is the newest member of our sales team and is responsible for following up on your quote requests and coordinating fulfillment of orders.


Mike Speers



Mike is our saw operator and warehouse guy.  He is responsible for cutting your orders to +/- .030″ precision on our brand new Holzma HPP250 120″ wide, 16″ diameter blade, beam saw.



Security and Hospitality

Hunter is a 15 year-old miniature poodle.  He came to us from the Poodle Preserve in Cotopaxi, CO about nine years ago.  He spends his days alternating between his blue bed and his faux-zebra bed in Drew’s office.  Hunter recommends an article in The Economist magazine entitled Manager’s Best Friend.  It explains one researcher’s experiments to test his theory; that having dogs in offices might make people collaborate more effectively.









Our Commitment to the Environment


Plastic is designed to last for years.  It is primarily made from precious natural resources like oil and natural gas, which means that it is very important for us to make sure that as much of it as possible stays out of our landfills.

We take our commitment to the environment seriously and act on it to reduce wasted plastic.  Some of the ways in which we demonstrate our dedication to sustainability are by:

  • Recycling all of the acrylic and polycarbonate materials we generate that are too small to sell as remnants
  • Placing unused plastic in the very popular “FREE” bin behind our building
  • Selling plastic remnants, over the counter, at a discount
  • Recycling  of office paper, beverage containers, and pallets

Additionally, Drew is a member of the Environmental Committee of the IAPD.  You can read more about that committee’s work here.
Colorado Plastic Products is proud to be an Ecocycle Zero Waste Community Partner.