was cited for failure to provide a workplace free of fire hazards and failure to monitor if fire hazards were present.
blends recycled wood fiber (much of it from the local furniture industry) with recycled LDPE, LLDPE, and HDPE from film and gable-top milk and juice cartons.
The insurance company originally sued AERT
in January of 2005, seeking a declaratory judgment that it was not liable to reimburse AERT
for certain costs of rebuilding the Junction plant because AERT
allegedly did not rebuild the facility exactly as it was prior to the fire.
Based in Springdale, Arkansas, AERT
is involved in two interconnected businesses: (i) a leading manufacturer of wood composite decking products and (ii) a nascent polyethylene recycling technology company.
, which manufactures wood and plastic composite decking, hired Ross at the end of 2006 and was told the total cost of the software, training and implementation would not exceed $552,600, according to the lawsuit.
currently is considering, but may or may not in the future implement any or all of the items and issues listed in any planned budget or strategic initiative, due to, among other things, known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors.
also previously reported a deficiency for the minimum $1 bid price.
In its third-quarter filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, AERT
reported a $6.
, which is based in Springdale, operates four manufacturing facilities, converting reclaimed plastic and wood fiber waste into Weyerhaeuser ChoiceDek[R] decking systems, MoistureShield[R] door and window components and MoistureShield[R] CornerLoc[TM] exterior trim components.
We look forward to assisting AERT
in continuing to grow the business and providing top quality services and products to its customers.
Our family loved the area, I liked the challenge and the associates I met at AERT
, and I saw great potential for our company, so making the choice to join AERT
was an easy one.
The new facility will allow the company to bring in and stage recycled plastic by rail, prior to processing, from around the country," AERT
Chairman Joe G.