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State designates Mack environmental partner

first_imgMack Group,Mack Molding’s Northern Operations, with three manufacturing facilities in Arlington and Cavendish, has been named an Environmental Partner by the state of Vermont. To be selected, a business must meet eight standards, all of which are geared toward waste management, pollution prevention and energy efficiency.In addition to participating in an environmental assessment by the Vermont Small Business Development Center, Mack has:â ¢ eliminated process water discharge at the East Arlington facilityâ ¢ significantly reduced electrical usage by replacing 2,100 lightingfixtures with high intensity fluorescent fixturesâ ¢ installed new high efficiency air compressors in two facilitiesâ ¢ reuses or recycles 920,000 lbs of plastic resin per yearâ ¢ recycles 98,500 lbs of sheet metal per yearâ ¢ recycles 45,000 lbs of cardboard per yearâ ¢ purchases cleaning/maintenance products with post consumer recycledcontentâ ¢ reduced fuel oil consumption at the Cavendish facility by 51% over theprevious year.In addition, Mack participates annually in a number of environmental training programs and other pollution prevention best management practices.The Vermont Business Environmental Partnership is a joint effort between the Department of Environmental Conservation and the Vermont Small Business Development Center. Vermont businesses selected for the Partnership use pollution prevention strategies and best practices to go beyond compliance with existing environmental regulations.About Mack MoldingMack Molding is a leading custom plastics molder and supplier of contract manufacturing services. Mack specializes in plastics design, prototyping, molding, sheet metal fabrication, and medical device manufacturing. Founded in 1920, Mack is a privately owned business that operates 10 facilities throughout the world. Don Kendall is president and CEO. For more information, go to www.mack.com(link is external).Source: ARLINGTON, Vt. (10/18/10) ‘ Mack Molding# # # # #last_img read more

New Jersey man wins Wilbur’s Run

first_img Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Wallack, who hails from Windsor, N.J., bested a field of more than 100 runners and walkers with his winning time of 18 minutes and 2 seconds over the five-kilometer course.Finishing as runner-up in 18:20 was Frank King of Ellsworth, who took first among runners ages 13-19.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe first woman to finish was Katie Jones of Boston, who placed 16th overall with a time of 22:29.Bella Cimeno of Blue Hill was the women’s runner-up, finishing 19th overall and first among runners ages 13-19 with her time of 22:48.The event, which drew its inspiration from E.B. White’s “Charlotte’s Web,” was a fundraiser to support wellness and fitness programming at Blue Hill Memorial Hospital and the Blue Hill branch of the Down East Family YMCA.Other male and female age group winners:Ages 20-29 – Christopher Heel of Mount Desert, 12th overall in 21:32, and Angelica Carr of Mount Desert, 24th overall in 23:15.Ages 30-39 – Chris Veilleux of Brighton, Mass., sixth overall in 19:15, and Rylan Okie of Boston, 32nd overall in 24:42.Ages 40-49 – Rob Shea of Ellsworth, third overall in 19:00, and Tricia Brown of Cherryfield, 20th overall in 22:55.Ages 50-59 – Mark Collinsworth of Bath, N.Y., 17th overall in 22:36, and Susan Brooks of Benton, 29th overall in 24:28.Ages 60-69 – William MacDowell of Blue Hill, 43rd overall in 25:49, and Isabel Karl of Blue Hill, 61st overall in 28:01.Other runners placing among the top 15:Phil LeBreton of Bucksport, fourth in 19:14.Tate Yoder of Penobscot, seventh in 20:20.Evan Merchant of Beals, eighth in 20:59.Matt Mattson of Blue Hill, ninth in 21:21.Jeremiah Scheff of Blue Hill, 10th in 21:29.Bill Schade of Marlboro, Mass., 11th in 21:30.Caden Mattson of Blue Hill, 13h in 21:37.Max Mattson of Blue Hill, 14h in 21:43.Mike Mittner of Surry, 15h in 22:00. BLUE HILL — Doug Wallack was visiting in Brooklin last week and decided to compete in the second annual Wilbur’s Run on Saturday at the Blue Hill Fair. Latest Posts Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. [email protected] Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Bio Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017last_img read more