* Bob Schneider, senior vice president of Warner Bros.' Worldwide Corporate Promotions, Burbank, will now be responsible for promotional activities for the studio's motion pictures as well, the company said. Schneider will now report to Sanford E. Reisenbach, the company's executive vice president of Marketing and Planning, on corporate promotional issues; and to Brad A. Ball, president of Warner Bros. Domestic Theatrical Marketing, on matters pertaining to domestic promotions tied to feature films.

In addition, Erin Corbett has been promoted from manager to director of Warner Bros. National Theatrical Promotions.

* Robert A. Stewart has joined Environmental Products & Technologies Corp., Westlake Village, as director of government relations and municipal waste systems sales, the company announced. Stewart spent several years as a legislative aide in Washington, D.C., where he was active in the administration of a number of environmental programs.

Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. is focused on solving environmental problems to optimize the productivity of farming and large livestock operations.

* Investor William Spier has been elected director of Soligen Technologies Inc., Northridge, the cast metal parts manufacturing company said. Spier will also provide $750,000 to the company. Spier is president and chairman of Sutton Holding Corp., a private investment firm founded in 1989 and serves on the board of directors of several technology companies.

* Andrew Tan has been appointed regional manager in Singapore for Borax Specialties' Flame Retardant Group, Valencia. He joins Yoshio Nagai, who was appointed manager in Japan last year to provide technical support to industrial customers, as part of the company's effort to expand its business in the region. Borax also announced it has added three new distributors to cover Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The division markets Firebrake ZB, a flame and smoke retardant product.

* Bruce Fabel has been promoted to chief operating officer at Sega GameWorks, Universal City. The company credits Fabel with successfully repositioning GameWorks' games and entertainment attractions during his tenure as senior vice president and general manager. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sega Enterprises, DreamWorks SKG and Universal Studios Inc., a unit of the Seagram Co. Ltd.

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