KLT Industries, Inc. was presented today with the Patriot Star from John Niekrash, Founder and CEO of the local charity Work Vessels for Veterans (WVFV). KLT is the receiver of this coveted award, which has only been given to three companies in the last three years as a result of their commitment to helping raise funds for this commendable charity. 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.
KLT Industries, Inc. and the Town of Littleton, MA have arranged for KLT to handle their cardboard and paper recycling at the town hall and the four public schools. Under the terms of the contract, KLT will supply the town and schools with collection equipment to enable them to reach their recycling goals. Continue reading
Kyle Trayner, Founder of KLT Industries, Inc. participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) annual Lock-Up in Connecticut. During his hour long lock-up, Trayner and KLT Industries were able to donate hundreds of dollars to MDA. Continue reading
KLT Industries, Inc. announced today the official launch of their new program, Green Angels, which will help raise money for local charities with the help of national and regional commercial businesses. Continue reading
KLT Industries, Inc., the leading recycler of baled cardboard in the Northeast, is pleased to announce that Jordan Fowler has been named Public Relations Director.
Although new to KLT Industries, Fowler is not new to working with the media. In her new role, Fowler will manage all communication and public relations for the company, including media outreach and industry affairs. She will also oversee the development of KLT’s new charity, Green Angels, which will be launched earlier this year. Continue reading
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