Environmental firm recycles toys

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— In their ongoing environmental efforts to recycle plastic products and to give back to the community, Environmental Health Investigations, Inc. (EHI) gathered toys on Earth Day at their Sparta-based office in conjunction with Second Chance Toys.

“We wanted to hold an event to really help the local community. All the plastic toys donated are benefiting the Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Intervention (DASI) organization of Newton. To help keep the Earth clean and put a smile on a child’s face is a win-win for us”, said Bill Kerbel, owner of EHI.

EHI is a full service environmental consulting company specializing in Phase I’s, asbestos, legionella & air monitoring for commercial properties.

Laura Wieczezak, EHI project manager and Melissa Kerbel, EHI proprietor, at the Earth Day toy drive.

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