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Recycles canned vegetables. (Stokely USA Inc. recycles rejected cans, uses vegetables as animal feed

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  • This digital document is an article from Food Processing, published by Putman Media, Inc. on August 1, 1992. The length of the article is 1245 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.From the supplier: Stokely USA Inc has installed a system for recycling its unsalable canned vegetables at its Waunakee, WI, plant. The cans are fed into a shredding machine, then into a magnetic separator which removes the can metal from the vegetable material. The final products are vegetable material suitable for animal feed and recyclable steel with only a 2.3%, by weight, vegetable material content. Stokely expects that recycling its cans will save the Waunakee plant $34,000 annually and plans to recycle cans from other plants in the same way.Citation DetailsTitle: Recycles canned vegetables. (Stokely USA Inc. recycles rejected cans, uses vegetables as animal feed) (includes related article about overall steel can recycling)Author: Robert J. SwientekPublication: Food Processing (Magazine/Journal)Date: August 1, 1992Publisher: Putman Media, Inc.Volume: v53 Issue: n8 Page: p94(3)Distributed by Thomson Gale
  • Author:
    Robert J. Swientek
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    Digital
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    Putman Media, Inc.
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    English
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    Publication Date:
    1992-08-01
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    Putman Media, Inc.
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    Title:
    Recycles canned vegetables. (Stokely USA Inc. recycles rejected cans, uses vegetables as animal feed) (includes related article about overall steel can recycling): An article from: Food Processing
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    2005-07-28
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