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DoMORE Winter 2017

Denise and Mark Houghtaling, owners of MW Horticulture Recycling

“Black gold” and Doosan orange stand out for Florida recycler

Winter 2017

While composting material is not scarce, how often do you hear it referred to as “black gold”? That is what Mark and Denise Houghtaling call the premium compost their company produces at two facilities in southwest Florida.

 

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Jim Linhart, owner of Linhart Construction

The right equipment + dedicated employees = one unstoppable business

Winter 2017

When the U.S. stock market plunged a shocking 508 points on October 19, 1987, many business owners feared that the construction market would be largely impacted. It was, after all, the biggest one-day drop in the market. However, one aspiring entrepreneur who was not the least bit worried was Jim Linhart.

 

 

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A.C. Cuellar III, owner of J-III Concrete

Whether permanent or portable, ready-mix concrete plants deliver results for south Texas firm

Winter 2017

 

While price and service are important to the success of any ready-mix concrete business, plant location is the link that brings those two components together to forge a winning combination. A production plant that is close to the end-users allows the business to offer competitive pricing and deliver superior service.

 

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Philadelphia Metal and Resource Recovery Inc.

Scrap metal recycler works hard to succeed in down market

Winter 2017

 

When David Feinberg, a veteran in the scrap metal industry, formed a partnership in 2011 with Eric Bell, an industry newcomer, the outlook for their new venture looked solid.

 

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Adolfo Sandoval (left) and Art De La Torre, salesman from Scott Equipment (right)

Company helps solve contractor debris challenges

Winter 2017

 

The SCOR Industries’ resource recovery and zero-waste program for dealing with construction debris is growing in popularity across Southern California as a trio of trends converge: an increase in all types of construction, less available landfill space and more government regulations.

 

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