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Closed Air Force Bases Open for Green Business: Recycling on a grand scale

Depending on its size, a single aircraft can yield from 40,000 to 250,000 pounds of parts, according to Doug Scroggins of Aircraft Recycling Corporation. In addition to tearing up planes, the company sells aircraft parts. (Photo by Scott Johnston)

PHOTO BY: Scott Johnston
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