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Keith Heming, top, director of operations at the Samaritan Center in Ooltewah, observes as Stanley Crook removes copper wiring from a television tube. "We had a garbage can full last week that brought $400," Heming said.
Staff Photo by Tim Barber/Chattanooga Times Free Press Keith Heming, top, director of operations at the Samaritan Center in Ooltewah, observes as Stanley Crook removes copper wiring from a television tube. "We had a garbage can full last week that brought $400," Heming said.
published Friday, January 28th, 2011
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"The mere fact that we exist is how we're green," said Keith Heming, director of operations. Heming said by taking in the items that are sorted and then sold or recycled, the Samaritan Center keeps 200 to 400 tons of clothing, accessories, toys and electronics out of the landfill each year.

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