Program will begin in State of Washington next year.
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Company Unveils Program to Help Track Obsolete Electronics
The company is focusing its activity on PET Solutions, while divesting of raw material and non-strategic assets.
Canadian-based paper company sees highest EBITDA in its history.
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The American Bar Association urges attorneys to contact legislators to promote its ongoing efforts to persuade the Federal Trade Commission to exempt lawyers from the new “Red Flags Rule.” The FTC has said that it will begin enforcing the rule, which is designed to protect against identity theft, on Aug. 1.
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ABA seeks help to delay ‘Red Flags Rule’ implementation on Aug. 1
Complete, basic and budget kits available.
Anvil Attachments Offers Grapple Rebuild Kits
Company sees big interest in its attachment products.
Flip Screen Australia Sees Jump in Attachment Sales
San Jose City Council approves execution of memorandum of understanding.
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San Jose Seeks to Develop Organics-to-Energy Biogas Facility
Company will perform on-site data destruction and product destruction at offices in Washington, D.C., area.
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U.S. Census Bureau Signs Contract with Data Killers
Facility is expected to process 150 tons of material a day.
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WMI Opens Detroit MRF
Company recently opened new facility in North Carolina.
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Creative Recycling Systems Lands Statewide Contract