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OUR JULY WINNER IS . . .

by Tracy Will
Wed, Jul 1st 2009 08:00 am

 

Congratulations to the crew at Lyndonville High School for outstanding Job Site Recycling! 

The Lyndonville High School Job Site, lead by Foreman Jeff Haseley, was selected as the July winner of our Job Site Recycling Incentive Program.  Crew members include Fred Bergeman, Jerry Mojeski and Sam Buck.

We'd also like to give a special thank you to Bill, Mike, Matt and Ray in the warehouse for all of their hard work behind the scenes!

Congratulations again to Jeff and his crew, and thank you to everyone who is working hard to make CIR's Job Site Recycling Program a success!

DID YOU KNOW? According to the EPA, construction and demolition waste accounts for nearly 40 percent of the waste in landfills, up to 95 percent of which can be recycled. CIR is working hard to ensure that we recycle as much of our C & D waste as possible.

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This month's tip is from Ed Dudkowski of John W. Danforth Company, August's Green Tip submission winner. Ed wrote: `Cancel subscriptions to unwanted trade publications, catalogs and magazines. I found that my recycle bin was constantly being filled with publications that I did not request. Last month I took the time to cancel four of these. Think of all the resources that could be saved if each one of us cancelled just a single publication. All of the energy and raw materials used to publish, print, transport, and recycle thousands of pages would be saved!`

Cancel subscriptions to unwanted trade publications, catalogs and magazines. I found that my recycle bin was constantly being filled with publications that I did not request.

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