River Metals Recycling Supports the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center

River Metals Recycling (RMR), the largest scrap recycler in Kentucky and in the greater Cincinnati area, initiated a unique avenue to recycle scrap metal while supporting the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center.  RMR donated recycled brass, stainless steel, and copper materials used by Northern Kentucky high school art students to build a pinwheel-themed indoor/outdoor water feature and wind chimes.  The wind chimes and water feature were auctioned at a March 1 fundraiser benefiting the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center (NKYCAC).  The event raised $95,000 for NKYCAC.

In 2013, the NKYCAC served nearly 750 children in a coordinated response to child abuse.  This non-profit is the only Children’s Advocacy Center in Northern Kentucky and is recognized as a center of Excellence by the National Children’s alliance.

The recycled materials donation is just one of many examples of River Metals Recycling’s corporate social responsibility.  RMR supports a wide range of organizations through local investments, donations and volunteer efforts.  This commitment to the communities in which RMR operates is not just a program or a donation; it’s the way RMR does business every day.

River Metals Recycling (RMR) is the largest scrap recycler in Kentucky and in the greater Cincinnati area, with 9 locations in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.  RMR’s Newport recycling center buys ferrous scrap as well as common household nonferrous scrap metal items like aluminum cans and other aluminum, stainless steel, copper and brass products. RMR is headquartered in Crescent Springs, Kentucky and has nearly 300 employees.  RMR is wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ).  Founded in 1885, DJJ is one of the largest scrap brokers/processors in the United States providing scrap brokerage, recycling and transportation services.  DJJ is part of Nucor Corporation’s family of companies.  Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Nucor is the leading purchaser of ferrous scrap and the largest recycler in North America, with operating facilities primarily in the U.S. and Canada.

 

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