TPR’s Four Recycling Facilities Stand-Down for Safety

Texas Port Recycling (TPR) is pleased to announce its participation in the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries’ (ISRI’s) June 24 National Safety Stand-Down day.  From 7 to 8 a.m. CST, all four TPR recycling facilities will conduct field-based safety awareness meetings, which will focus on improving the TPR safety process through employee involvement.  The meetings will also include ISRI’s recommended emphasis on mobile equipment, lockout tagout, confined spaces, machine guarding, and fall prevention.   In advance of the one-hour meeting, TPR is asking each employee to recommend at least one idea to improve safety in the workplace or in a task performed. TPR will be discussing selected recommendations during the safety-awareness meetings.

TPR appreciates ISRI’s efforts in organizing this event. Safety is TPR’s number one core value and providing a safe environment for employees and customers is paramount to TPR’s success.

Texas Port Recycling purchases and recycles common ferrous and nonferrous scrap metal items like, appliances, sheet metal, automobiles, aluminum cans and other aluminum, copper and brass products.

Texas Port Recycling is wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), a subsidiary of Nucor Corporation.  The David Joseph Company, founded in 1885, is one of the largest scrap brokers/processors in the United States providing scrap brokerage, recycling and transportation services.  Nucor and affiliates are manufacturers of steel products, with operating facilities primarily in the U.S. and Canada.