Student athletes from Michigan State University will. And they did by proving their motto by helping out in Flint. In partnership with Schupan Recycling, Republic Services and the Michigan Community Service Commission, a group of 30 student athletes decked out in green and white helped distribute cases of water and collect empty bottles Friday afternoon […]
Increasing the UBC recycling rate offers challenges. Read more here.
“Why are so many large companies investing in recycling,” says Tom Emmerich, chief operating officer of Schupan & Sons, Inc. and president of Schupan Recycling. “It is called common sense.” Read original article.
Tom Emmerich, COO of Schupan & Sons, Inc. and President of Schupan Recycling, talks about our best-in-the-country bottle return/deposit law and the continued need for education on the importance of recycling on “Greening of the Great Lakes” with host, Kurt Heinze. Read full article here.
Greening of the Great Lakes host Kirk Heinze welcomes back Dianne Byrum, Doug Buhler and Marc Schupan for his second annual sustainability roundtable, a panel discussion focusing on some of the key “green” issues facing Michigan and the Great Lakes region. See original article.
After receiving the R2/RIOS certification in mid-May — a process confirming that a recycling company will handle electronics in an environmentally friendly manner — Schupan Industrial Recycling will be the electronics recycler for Waste Management of Three Rivers. Read full article.
The family-owned business has grown from meager sales and five or six employees when it was started by Schupan’s father Nelson in 1968, to annual sales topping $250 million and more than 400 employees in 10 locations in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. Continue reading article.
Schupan & Sons has hired two scrap industry veterans to help lead its growing industrial recycling division. Read full article.
Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Kirk Heinze welcome Marc Schupan and Jennifer Battle to WJR’s MSU Today for a wide-ranging discussion on sustainability and recycling. Heinze hosts Greening of the Great Lakes every Sunday evening on News/Talk 760 WJR and fills in for Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis on this edition of WJR’s MSU Today program. Read original article.
The aluminum firm Alcoa has named the recipients of its Top North American Scrap Suppliers for 2013. The company says this year marks the ninth consecutive year that Alcoa’s recycling and scrap purchasing group has recognized its best suppliers in key performance criteria, including safety, quality, volume, breadth of supply to multiple locations and delivery performance. Read […]