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Thursday, 26 August 2010 18:53

Northwest Louisiana Collision Repair Association Hosts Meeting

The Northwest Louisiana Collision Repair Association held their monthly meeting on August 3 at the Shreveport, LA, Country Tavern, and discussed recycling techniques among several other industry issues.

Guest speaker Michael Hughes, of Hughes Recycling in Shreveport, LA, gave a speech on recycling in the automotive industry.

Hughes mostly talked about recycling paper and white and clear plastics around a body shop.

“He is also working on finding a way to recycle plastic bumpers,” said Bill Burnside, past NWLCRA president.

Hughes also offered to waive his recycling fees for any business who joins the NWLCRA this month.

The meeting went on to highlight upcoming events for the association, including their annual Christmas party on December 4 which will coincide with a charitable toy drive for Toys for Tots.

The party will be held at Fielders Paint and Body, 521 North Market Street Shreveport, LA.

Next month’s NWLCRA meeting will be on September 7 at 6:30 pm at the Shreveport Country Tavern.

The guest speaker will be Jim Adams who will speak about time management and the company that designed the NWLCRA’s website will give a demonstration on new features and how to use them.

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