Making Money With Waste, Pearl Harbor Child Survivor, And Statehouse Blend Kansas | KCUR

Making Money With Waste, Pearl Harbor Child Survivor, And Statehouse Blend Kansas

Dec 13, 2016

Sandy Levine, of Kansas City Iron & Metal Inc., says his business depends on non-ferrous metal that comes from individual collectors and industrial clients, like machine shops or electrical companies.
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We know we're supposed to reduce, reuse, and recycle our waste, but can local companies that make recycling their business turn a profit? Then, an eyewitness to the attack on Pearl Harbor shares her experience in Hawaii during World War II. This week's Statehouse Blend Kansas features House Speaker nominee Ron  Ryckman (R-Olathe).

Dorinda Nicholson will recollect the morning of December 7, 1941, and the aftermath of the attack on the Pacific Fleet at the Kansas City Public Library's Plaza Branch at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 15. For more information and to RSVP, visit KCLibrary.org.