Friday, February 08, 2013

Gun Shell Recycling Program (Notice)

As many of you may already know, Garrison Green over the last few months has partnered with Hi-Tec Plastics Recycling (HTPR) for the Gun Shell Recycling Program.

Due to many unforeseen circumstances, this transition has gotten off to a very rocky start and the program has not fulfilled its original expectations, and in some cases has proved to be very disappointing to its members. Both Garrison Green and HTPR take full responsibility for the downfall of this program. Both companies do feel, however, that the shotgun shell recycling program is a very viable and important program, as shown by the tremendous support of all of the club members throughout the country.
Garrison Green and HTPR are fully committed to making this program work but do realize that in fairness to everyone involved, the program cannot continue to proceed as is. Effective February 1, 2013, the program will be shut down for the next 90 days. This will allow us to get the gun shell recycling equipment up to speed and to restructure the program so that it is more manageable with an end result being a better quality, more dependable program for its members.       We apologize for any inconvenience that we have caused or might cause to our members and their clubs. We will attempt, one shop at a time, to help with current stock, bag needs, full truck pickups and to discuss any outstanding rewards to be awarded. Your continued patience will be appreciated. We want to thank White Flyer and its warehouses for their support, and hope to fully utilize them when we begin accepting bags in May.       Thank you,       Jan Hard Mac McCreless Hi-Tec Plastics Recycling, Inc.
Garrison Minerals 11380 Smith Road
Aurora, CO 80010

1 comment:

  1. Hi Tech recycling has went out of the shotgun hull recycling. State of Colorado stopped the process because of too much lead in the air while grinding.