A longtime MRF veteran was recently tapped by a U.S. composite rail tie manufacturer to lead business development. He describes his strategies to help ensure mixed plastics found a domestic home amid the wider market turmoil.
Daytona Lagoon raised $6,807 during a Christmas in July fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club Volusia/Flagler Counties. From July 22 through 25, Daytona Lagoon promoted Christmas in July, which was a reduced waterpark admission from $29.99 to $12.50 per ticket and a two-hour family entertainment center wristband for $12.50, normally priced $28.99. The Boys and Girls Club received one dollar from each ticket sold.
Summer’s barreling right along, isn’t it? Our calendars are all probably looking pretty robust right about now. However, we likely have some free time – or even just hours – that we’re looking to fill with adventure. Add this underrated water and adventure park in Missouri, where everyone in the family will find something fun to do, to your must-do list this summer.
Fill up the gas tank, pack all of your swimming gear, and then set off for Hydro Adventures, an underrated water and adventure park in Poplar Bluff.
China’s ban on imported plastic waste has put many U.S. companies in a bind. Given that globally more than 90% of plastic becomes waste, finding an optimal way to get rid of it other than landfilling has been difficult. IntegriCo (Sarepta, LA), a manufacturer of composite railway products, is one company rising to the challenge to reduce the amount of waste plastics in the United States.