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Pete Labella, SP Newsprint: The fire was quickly put out the majority of it is smoldering right now.We're taking it out of the warehouse and getting it to the outside and then we have a massive clean-up project that well have to do and determine what we need to do as a company to dispose of it.THE FIRE DESTROYED 84-HUNDRED TONS OF RECYCLED PAPER... AT A COST OF A MILLION DOLLARS.ON SATURDAY...IT WAS A BIT LIKE DEJA VU.AROUND TWO A-M... FIRE STRUCK THE PLANT *AGAIN*.Pete Labella, SP Newsprint: "It was flaming up and it was burning."THIS TIME... FIRE RUINED EVEN MORE RECYCLED PAPER... 91-HUNDRED TONS WORTH.Pete Labella, SP Newsprint: "We had to take the siding off the building, and then we had to have that equipment go in there and start taking that paper from inside the building, putting out in our yards because it will take, oh, probably a couple of days for this paper to burn out because the newspapers are balled up and compacted pretty heavy, and it takes quite a while for it to burn out, so it will smolder for a while."NO WORD YET ON WHAT STARTED THIS FIRE.
Earth Share News Item
"You know we're in the recycling business.
We recycle old newspapers ... we purchase over a million tons of old newspapers on an annual basis.
So you know, we're certainly interested in recycling, interested in the environment,"
Environmental volunteers along the Altamaha River say the water is being polluted by a surprising culprit: a recycling plant.
"You know we're in the recycling business.We recycle old newspapers ... we purchase over a million tons of old newspapers on an annual basis.So you know, were certainly interested inrecycling, interested in the environment,"
It's not clear what caused Wiggins' death.
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