Cape Girardeau, Missouri-based Magna-Tel Inc. announced it has implemented several initiatives to help make its business location more environmentally friendly in 2008.
In May of this year, Magna-Tel and its employees started the Magna-Tel community garden. Magna-Tel provided dirt, seeds, plants and other necessary supplies. Magna-Tel employees donated their time tilling the land, planting, weeding, watering and picking. Magna-Tel hopes to add fruit trees near the garden later this year. To protect the plants from insects, a homemade organic insecticidal soap spray, which is 100 percent environmentally friendly, is used when needed.
In addition, Magna-Tel has an energy task force that continually works on
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Magna-Tel, Cape Girardeau, Fla., recently purchased the assets of the DL Line. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Magna-Tel assumed all administrative operations for the DL Line on April 1. The DL Line manufactures a full line of non-magnetic promotional home and office products. The product line includes self-adhesive stick-up calendars, kitchen utensils, tools and knives. “All of us at Magna-Tel are very excited about the opportunity for [us] and the DL Line to join together and offer a broader spectrum of products,” stated Charles Duggan, Magna-Tel director of sales. “This is the perfect product fit from the standpoint of both companies and
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