Published: August 18, 2013 By Sue Nowicki — [email protected] MODESTO — Whether you recycle or not, you're probably affected by the state's sometimes confusing recycling [...]
Local - Crime and Courts Monday, Jan. 28, 2013 By Sue Nowicki [email protected] MODESTO -- A thief stole 38 bronze plaques late Saturday or early [...]
Agriculture Monday, Jan. 21, 2013 By John Holland [email protected]odbee.com MODESTO -- A scrap metal company made sure that a tractor would never, ever pollute the [...]
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Recyclers processing light metals, such as aluminum used beverage containers (UBCs) or tin-plated steel cans, learn to value flexibility. It is a quality they say [...]
The Modesto Junk Co.'s rotating shear was hard at work on Monday afternoon, efficiently cutting the steel from the recently removed water tower at Tower [...]
Officials are hoping to offer incentives for Stanislaus County businesses to create new jobs within the next six jobs. Modesto Junk Company was one of [...]
Work in Progress: Modesto Junk Company, Inc. Proves Its Mettle as a Leader in the Scrap Metal Recycling Industry (Progress News)
Modesto Junk Company is poised to raise the scrap metal recycling industry to new heights in Modesto with against-the-trend growth, essential partnerships and a new heavy-duty rotating shear unlike any seen before on the West Coast.
Downtown Modesto recycler Modesto Junk Co. understands some of the big issues facing the ag community today. The company closely supported California State Senator Tom Berryhill on his 2008 metal theft bill, AB 844, and most recently, has been selected as one of just a few sites in the valley where farmers and ranchers can bring in their old ag equipment under the Tractor Trade-in Replacement Program being offered by the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD), an organization that works to improve air quality in the Valley.
Modesto Junk Co. Inc., Modesto, Calif., has added a CAT 365C hydraulic rotating shear to its equipment fleet and has been approved as a recycler for a regional farm tractor trade-in program.