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

J.D. Wang, CEO of reRubber, is bringing 120 green jobs to his factory in the former Norton Air Force Base commissary. The company, headquartered in nearby Ontario, Calif., recycles some of the 300 million tires scrapped in the U.S. each year into products like flooring for playgrounds. (Photo by Scott Johnston)

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