Walmart, Kreider join forces
Store to urge customers to recycle more at local facility
DIXON – Andy Fenwick sat in the ladies’ department at Walmart, disassembling computers.
The disassembly, which involved unscrewing a computer tower, taking batteries, wiring and the motherboard out, and putting pieces in separate boxes, was just like a typical work day for Fenwick, 30, who works at Kreider’s Secure Recycling Services.
Saturday, though, Fenwick and Bill Tipton, 62, both of Dixon, were demonstrating “demanufacturing” at the store, to raise awareness of the recycling center – and of the two businesses’ new partnership.
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