Toyota recycler opens near plant

Green Metals ribbon cutting

Green Metals, Inc. held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Feb. 26 at their location located at 1034 Corolla Lane in Blue Springs. From left are Green Metals, Inc. Operation Supervisor Sam Henry, Tupelo Community Development Foundation Project Manager Chat Phillips, Green Metals, Inc. Vice President Dave Eisenacher, President and COO of Green Metals, Inc. Steve Cecil, Green Metals, Inc. Sales Manager Harry Park, Blue Springs Mayor Rita Gentry, Green Metals, Inc. Coordinator Hidekazu Suzuki, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi, Inc. President Masafumi Hamaguchi, Green Metals, Inc. Coordinator Manager Hiroshi Mori, Senior Vice President of Toyota Tsusho Tatsuo Kawai, Green Metals, Inc. Coordinator Kenichi Iijima, and Green Metals, Inc. Manager of New Business Development Kelly Ballard-Cooper.

Nationwide and globally recognized scrap metal recycling and waste handling company Green Metals, Inc. opened up a new facility located at 1034 Corolla Lane in Blue Springs.

Green Metals, Inc. is a subsidiary of Toyota Tsusho and handles recycling for Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi, Inc. and TMMMS Tier One and Tier Two suppliers.
President and COO of Green Metals, Inc. Steve Cecil said, “This is the seventh facility in the United States. The first Green Metals is located in Kentucky, but we have 22 Green Metals globally.”
Cecil added, “I commend Toyota for their continued presence of safety and environmental concerns. We recycle and dispose of everything in an environmentally-friendly way. In this building we have a customized processing facility with fully constructed concrete flooring and retention/disposal beds and bays.”
The number-one priority at Green Metals, Inc. is safety and all aspects of the operation follow accepted ISO 14001 guidelines.
Green Metals, Inc. only deals with industrial-generated material.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi, Inc. President Masafumi Hamaguchi said, “I am very happy to welcome Green Metals here to Mississippi and I am very happy to have an additional supplier for TMMMS. Thank you for coming as an onsite metal supplier. Green Metals plays an important role with TMMMS to make sure we have a sustainable planet. Let’s work together to make sure our future development is good and our environmental impact is good. Let’s keep safety number one and let’s work together to build a great future.”
Blue Springs Mayor Rita Gentry said, “We are happy to welcome Green Metals to Blue Springs and we think they will be a great asset to our town and surrounding communities. I was excited to meet the Toyota President Masafumi Hamaguchi and was glad that he came out to support this new business.”Metals, Inc. Coordinator Manager Hiroshi Mori, Senior Vice President of Toyota Tsusho Tatsuo Kawai, Green Metals, Inc. Coordinator Kenichi Iijima, and Green Metals, Inc. Manager of New Business Development Kelly Ballard-Cooper.Green Metals, Inc. held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Feb. 26 at their location located at 1034 Corolla Lane in Blue Springs. From left are Green Metals, Inc. Operation Supervisor Sam Henry, Tupelo Community Development Foundation Project Manager Chat Phillips, Green Metals, Inc. Vice President Dave Eisenacher, President and COO of Green Metals, Inc. Steve Cecil, Green Metals, Inc. Sales Manager Harry Park, Blue Springs Mayor Rita Gentry, Green Metals, Inc. Coordinator Hidekazu Suzuki, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi, Inc. President Masafumi Hamaguchi, Green Metals, Inc. Coordinator Manager Hiroshi Mori, Senior Vice President of Toyota Tsusho Tatsuo Kawai, Green Metals, Inc. Coordinator Kenichi Iijima, and Green Metals, Inc. Manager of New Business Development Kelly Ballard-Cooper.

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