Atwater businesses team up for the environment
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Two Atwater businesses are teaming up for the environment.
West-Mark Fluid Transportation is on their way to becoming mostly waste-free. They are donating their recyclables to Kings View Work Experience, a company that provides work to disabled adults.
Kings View employee Johnny Warner said, "It feels good really. So much money I make here and all. And I just got a pay raise about three months ago and I am proud I got that."
West-Mark is currently making some changes to materials they use so they can become a one 100 percent waste-free operation and continue to donate their recyclables to the Kings View facility.
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