ALUMINUM SIGN RECYCLING Final Report SR 500-510 by Jon Lazarus, Researcher, Oregon Department of Transportation Oregon Department of Transportation Research Section The intent of this investigation was to determine whether aluminum signs that underwent the hydrostripping process would meet ODOT’s specification for sign blanks based primarily on whether the anti-corrosive coating was removed during stripping process. Due […]
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Environmental stewardship refers to responsible use and protection of the natural environment through conservation and sustainable practices. BEND, Ore. – July 11, 2013 – This stewardship goes hand in hand with Northwest Sign Recycling’s present day to day operations and future goals. When you consider the impact production of new aluminum has on our environment, […]
Congratulations to Northwest Sign Recycling on being a winner at the Portland Business Journal’s Innovation in Sustainability Awards! On November 14th, Northwest Sign Recycling will be recognized as a winner in the Waste category.
BY: Brian Peteritas | June 11, 2012 Old highway and street signs can be difficult to recycle and expensive for governments to replace constantly. To reduce their costs and help the environment at the same time the state of Oregon is in the midst of a two year pilot program reports KTVZ.com News. The State […]
BEND, Ore. –BY: KTVZ | June 8, 2012Governor Kitzhaber praised the initial success of the Oregon Sign Reuse pilot program after a recent visit to Northwest Sign Recycling. Since the project kicked off in February, the first phase of 500 hydrostripped and refaced aluminum street signs has proven a 41% overall savings within the state […]
The local, woman-owned company will sustainably reface and recycle highway and street signs for the State, producing more jobs in the region BEND, OR – January 11, 2012 – Northwest Sign Recycling (“NWSR”), a Prineville-based sign recycling and refacing company, has been awarded a two year pilot contract by the Oregon State Department of Transportation […]
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