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Recycler has history as good corporate citizen
6/13/2014 6:00:00 AM
By Doug McMurdo
When Jed Holley of SA Recycling invited local fire departments to use his yard on Route 66 and Castle Rock Road to train, he was following a company tradition. SA Recycling is relatively new to Kingman, but the company has more than 60 yards, mostly in California, and the company is involved wherever it operates.
"It's important to us to be a good corporate citizen," said Holley, the general manager. "We can lend our expertise and resources to first responders. They need continual training."
On the day local firefighters trained at the yard, SA Recycling proffered two scrapped tour buses. The vehicles were knocked over onto their sides and firefighters worked on rescue tactics.
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