Question of the month.
The August web site question of the month asked, "For the coming year, what percentage of sales is your metalcasting facility budgeting for environmental compliance issues (new technology, training, etc.)?"
Top Three Answers:
* 2%--Less than 1%.
This month's question is available at www.moderncasting.com
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