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Company makes an example of Saint-Gobain.

Ardleigh Minerals Inc. of Cleveland presented recognition plaques to Saint-Gobain Ceramics Igniter Products to honor the company's "green" efforts to recycle various diverse materials through Ardleigh Minerals.

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Ernie Petrey visited Saint-Gobain Ceramics Igniter Products' Milford, N.H., facility and presented Operations Manager Guy R. Morin and Safety and Environmental Specialist Richard F. Hillman Jr. with plaques to acknowledge the manufacturer's recycling of by-products in 2005, 2006 and 2007.

Petrey says, "By working together with Saint Gobain, each year we have been able to identify additional types of material used in their processes that can be recycled. We now recycle a wide variety of materials that previously went to the landfill."

Ardleigh Minerals is a recycler and supplier of raw materials for the metallurgical, ceramic, cement and agriculture industries. "We actively search for a broad assortment of materials that can be recycled or utilized as raw materials in their entirety. We found our niche by providing one-stop-recycling services for producers of by-product, off-specification and obsolete materials," says Petrey. "Our hope is that companies will follow the great example of manufacturers such as Saint-Gobain Ceramics Igniter Products and consider a service such as ours, rather than sending these types of materials to landfills," he adds.

A full list of the materials Ardleigh Minerals recycles is available at the company's Web site www.ardleigh.net.
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