The fifth interview of the Rural Efficient Business interview series will feature Jack's Plastic Welding Inc. in Aztec, NM
May 6, from 12:30 - 1:30 pm
View later as a recording at nmruralbiz.com
EDD is partnering with New Mexico State University’s Engineering New Mexico Resource Network and the New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership to host this interview series with rural businesses across the state to discuss the importance of energy efficiency and renewable energy to their business.
During the conversations, we share information about resources including no-cost energy assessments. The intention is to bring awareness, create a network, and start discussions regarding efficient energy consumption and renewable energy systems.
Jack’s Plastic Welding Inc. is a manufacturer operating in Aztec, New Mexico. The company has a standard product line that includes inflatable boats, dry bags, and waterproof self-inflating mattresses. They maintain a customer base of whitewater river outfitters and specialty paddle sports retail dealers. They also have an industrial product line that deals with the oil and gas, medical needs, lift bags, water line inspections, and industrial applications of recreational products, like Catarafts for Science. Jack's Plastic Welding has operated in New Mexico since 1990 and has approximately 12 employees.