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OUR AUGUST WINNER IS . . .

by Tracy Will
Sat, Aug 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 again as the August winner of our Job Site Recycling Incentive Program.  It was close, but Jeff's crew put themselves over the top by returning record amounts of copper wire.  Crew members include Fred Bergeman, Jim Bos, Alex Brown, Sam Buck, Marc Cessna, John Curry, Gary Kutis, Tom Martin, Jerry Mojeski, Jeff Plache, Tom Samol, Dan Staebell and Julie Zabawski.

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

DID YOU KNOW? The energy requirement to produce virgin copper is approximately 43,021 BTU/lb, but only 10 percent of that energy is required to produce recycled copper.  That's a savings of approximately 38,719 BTU for every pound of recycled copper produced! 

Source: Copper - the vital metal.

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HOW TO GREEN YOUR HOLIDAY DECOR
Make your own ornaments and decorations.  Once upon a time, decorating the home and tree was a family event, why not bring that back?  Go on a scavenger hunt with the kids and find items around the house and the yard that can be `recycled` into holiday ornaments.  It will provide hours of family fun, and when you use as many `found` objects as possible, you'll be teaching the kids how to reduce, reuse and recycle at the same time!

 

Think green when decorating for your holiday festivities by following these tips.

 

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