Mid-States to Offer tour of Facility for Attendees of the NFDA Annual Convention 2019!
For Immediate Release
Mid-States Recycling & Refining to Offer Tour of Facility for Attendees of the NFDA Annual Convention and Exposition in Chicago - Thursday, October 31, 2019 from 9 am - 11 am
Des Plaines, IL (July 17, 2019) – Mid-States Recycling & Refining in partnership with the National Funeral Directors Association are happy to announce a tour of their recycling facility on the Thursday immediately following the NFDA International Convention & Expo in Chicago. Attendees can earn one more CE credit hour before heading home. The tour has been approved by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice (APFSP).
In the spirit of their “Open Door” policy, Mid-States Recycling welcomes visitors every day, but is pleased to offer an official tour of their recycling facility exclusively for NFDA Expo attendees. The tour will include free transportation from the 3 downtown Chicago hotels and either back to those hotels or to O’Hare International Airport if you are flying home after the tour.
“Participants will see, first-hand, how their cremation metals are received, securely stored, carefully sorted, smelted and assayed for repurposing in an array of uses ranging from fine bullion investment products to industrial fabrication,” said Kevin McKay, Manager of Medical and Technical Sales, Mid-States Recycling & Refining.
About Mid-States Recycling & Refining
Mid-States Recycling & Refining strives to provide customers with the best service through a completely transparent recycling option. Since 1982, they have offered an open-door policy to their customers who want to witness their metal being recycled. For those unable to make it in to their facility, Mid-States always offers a sample for customers to fact-check their findings. The metal recycling business requires so much trust and these options provide customers assurance and peace of mind.
Attendees can sign up here: https://cremationrecycling.com/nfdatour
Manager, Cremation Division