Did you know that some New England schools actually get paid for their recycling efforts instead of paying to have their recyclables picked up? Continue reading
Quiet Logistics of Devens, MA, has finalized the last component of a comprehensive recycling program by installing a baling machine for plastics recycling. KLT Industries of Ayer, MA has continually monitored improvement opportunities in Quiet Logistics’ waste stream for the past year and suggested the baler as a more efficient method to handle plastics recycling. Continue reading
Paper, cardboard and plastics recycler KLT Industries Inc., Ayer, Mass., has purchased a Fat Boy baler from Balemaster, Crown Point, Ind.
A news release from Balemaster says the Fat Boy allows for maximum bale density, creating cardboard bales that weigh 4,000 pounds with an output of 35 tons per hour.
Eighth Grade Students from the Lincoln School in Lincoln, MA have been working diligently on completing cardboard chairs for their eighth grade technology class. The cardboard used for the chairs was donated by KLT Industries, a local recycling company located in Ayer, MA. Continue reading
In an interview with Business Review USA, Kyle Trayner owner and president of KLT Industries, discusses how the company is an advocate for supporting the local community.
KLT Industries employs people from the local community and delivers paper to local mills, which fuels their manufacturing process and meets the demand their customers have for recycled fibers. “We have had relationships for 20 plus years with local mills that we have very long standing supply relationships with,” Trayner says in the interview.
KLT Industries, Inc., the leading recycler of baled cardboard in the Northeast, is pleased to announce that Sheryl Caterino-Klosowski has been named the new Controller/Treasurer for the company. Continue reading
Work Vessels for Veterans is honored to have been one of four charities chosen by KLT Industries, an Ayer, Massachusetts recycler of cardboard materials. KLT has initiated a trend setting recycling program with their commercial customers identifying a percentage of profit going to specifically selected charities on a quarterly basis. Continue reading
John Niekrash, Founder and CEO of Work Vessels for Vets, awards the Patriot Star to John McKenna, CFO of KLT Industries, and Jordan Fowler, Public Relations Director of KLT. WVFV recognizes this outstanding company for its ongoing commitment to the WVFV mission of giving a “Hand Up” to returning Veterans. This is the fourth time this prestigious award has been conferred in the three year existence of this national all volunteer Veterans support group.
In light of the nation’s economy over the past two years, it should come as no surprise that many of the firms in this year’s Waste Age 100 – which ranks firms based on annual revenue experienced revenue decreases in 2009. Continue reading