Check out the new article on REACH Inc. in the Herald and News
If you live in Klamath Falls, Oregon and have been wondering how REACH Inc. has been up to since the fire on July 7th, 2015. Well the Herald and News has written an article updating the status of REACH Inc.
Take a gander and read all the details of the newest feature on REACH Inc. and come back for the main points of the article.
Some points of interest from the article.
Welcome back, a great article written by Holly Dillemuth and pictures by Kevin N Hume. Here are important points from the article.
- Recycling services are back in a limited capacity (no curbside residential due to the amount of garbage usually involved. REACH will accept cardboard and newspaper materials).
- REACH Inc. has new developments in the works such as, improvements to our electric system, adding energy-efficient lighting, new siding on the east-facing building, and the de-cluttering and cleaning up of the property.
- A new baler is on the way and should be on location by mid-August
- Reach has new work from Decotone by cutting a barrier material used in Jeld Wen doors.
- Change of storing and processing of recycle material. This will ensure two things 1. Ensuring participants and staff are safe from fire risk. 2. material will be contained inside the building to keep the wind from blowing the it all over.
- REACH Inc. is working on becoming a Blue Zones Project-approved work site.
- The loss of micro-tax credits and legislative changes that affect how REACH Inc. conducts business.
- REACH has opened a shred site up on 2218 Shallock avenue, as a way to place more participants into the community.
- We are searching to expand operations by looking for locations in the community.
- REACH Inc. is selling 15lbs bags of firewood (not mentioned in article in paper, but photos are online)