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    HRC paper recycling trail is large, lengthy, generated more than 93,000 pounds of paper

    Reduce, reuse, recycle. It’s a common theme now throughout Army post communities such as Fort Knox that are determined to ensure the long-term sustainability of the installation, help protect the environment and even save a little bit of money. And it is keeping post recycling centers busy.

    The Fort Knox Recycling Center is just one of the many assets of the installation’s Environmental Management Division. The center works with facilities on post that generate recyclables and processes them all in one plant as part of integrated solid waste management on Fort Knox. U.S. Army Human Resources Command is a major contributor to the effort.  Read More...

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    • Federal government, DOD have led way toward equality

      Commentary: Though African-Americans have endured racism and haven't always been treated equal to their white counterparts in this country, the federal government and the Department of Defense are setting the example of equal treatment.

    • General dentistry moving from IRAHC to Jordan Dental Clinic

      Beginning Wednesday, all general dentistry currently located at Ireland Army Health Clinic, will move to Jordan Dental Clinic, also located on the installation. With the decrease of active duty troops stationed at Fort Knox, the work load for dental providers has decreased and the current number of troops to treat doesn't warrant staffing two clinics.

    • HRC paper recycling trail is large, lengthy, generated more than 93,000 pounds of paper

      Reduce, reuse, recycle. It's a common theme now throughout Army post communities such as Fort Knox that are determined to ensure the long-term sustainability of the installation, help protect the environment and even save a little bit of money. And it is keeping post recycling centers busy.

    • Post celebrating Military Saves Week, promoting short-, long-term goals

      Monday marks the beginning of the weeklong Military Saves Week which is a component of America Saves. Fort Knox's theme "Get a grip" promotes savings in some form. It can be long term or short term--it's getting a grip on where a person's money is going.

    • Binter Pharmacy holding Patient Appreciation Week

      There is an old adage that says, "if you see something nice, say something nice." But Debra Heighter and Stephanie Rhoades--pharmacy techs at Binter Pharmacy on Fort Knox, have taken that old saying a step farther. They "do something."

    • CDL course called one of Army's best kept secrets

      The Army's only in-house CDL program trains Soldiers to operate a fleet of semitractors and trailers that serve as rolling billboards for Army outreach efforts. Soldiers who complete the training work as exhibitors on semitractors and trailers with interactive displays and content that helps connect America with America's Army. The Soldiers and training program are part of the Mission Support Battalion on Fort Knox. The Mission Support Battalion is part of the United States Army Marketing and Engagement Brigade.

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