Office Paper Recycling Program Generates $40,000 For Charities

New York - Crowded landfills were on the minds of New York's sanitation officials when they mandated offices to separate and recycle of-fice paper. Thanks to the efforts of Vibro, a Brooklyn-based paper recycling firm, some local charities also will benefit from the city-wide recycling efforts of office workers, tenants and building management companies.

Last year, nearly $40,000 was donated to the Boy Scouts, the Ju-venile Diabetes Foundation and the Children's Aid Society. Vibro made this contribution based on revenue from the volumes of paper it collected from the city's office buildings.

"Vibro felt that a good way to educate tenants and office workers a-bout separating trash and waste paper would be to institute support for charitable causes," said John A. Vitale, the company's president. "The combination of recycling and helping kids has been very successful for building management companies who must implement office recycling."

The program will continue for another year, according to company officials. Vibro reportedly collects and processes 150 tons of waste paper per day.

Agreement Eastern Environmental Services Inc. in Drums, Pa., has finalized an agreement to permit, construct and operate a municipal solid waste landfill in Illinois.

Fiscal Republic Waste Industries Inc., Atlanta, has authorized the sale of 3 million shares of common stock at $13.25 per share to Allen & Co. in a private placement transaction. The company also will issue 1 million shares each to H. Wayne Huizenga and an associate at $13.25 per share.

Grants The California Integrated Waste Management Board, Sacramento, Calif., ap-proved funding for the cleanup of the Booker waste tire site in Fresno County, the Hall waste tire site in Los Angeles County, the Round Valley illegal dumping sites in Mendocino County and an abandoned steel mill site in Alameda County.

The Western Wisconsin Re-cycling Association in Eau Claire, Wis., has received a $216,380 grant from the state Recycling Market Development Board to establish three regional consolidation points for processing and marketing re-cyclables.

Installation NKK Corp., Tok-yo, has installed two, 18-ton electric-resistance ash melting furnaces with 100-tons-per-day stoker-type incinerators in a suburban plant.

Joint Venture Galbreath Inc., Winamac, Ind., has joined with Motocargadores Seaman S.A.C.V. and GH Maquinaira y Equipo S.A. de C.V., to form Galbreath Mexico S.A. de C.V.

Market Assessment GBB, Falls Church, Va., has been selected by the Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development to conduct a market assessment of construction, demolition and landclearing debris.

New Address The National Recycling Coalition has relocated. The new address is: 1727 King St., Suite 105, Al-exandria, Va. 22314-2720. (703) 683-9025. Fax: (703) 683-9026.

New Facility Environmental Resource Return Co., Epping, N.H., has opened a new, 80-acre construction and demolition debris recycling facility in Ep-ping, N.H.

New Logo Lindemann Recy-cling Equipment Inc., Char-lotte, N.C. has redesigned its company logo.

New Office GATX Enviro-Lease Corp., Morristown, N.J., a subsidiary of GATX Capital Corp., has established a re-gional office in Los Angeles.

New Organization McClain Industries, Galion, Ohio, has formed McClain Group Sales, which will handle marketing services for McClain, E-Z Pack, EPCO and Galion manufacturing.

Project Completion The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Tallahassee, Fla., and Polk County, Fla., have completed the remediation of a 20-acre waste tire site in Polk City, Fla.