Staroba Plastics Inc. which has earned a reputation for its eco-friendly products, is getting greener as they replace all their metal halide lighting in their manufacturing and warehouse areas with LED lights.Our High Quality Solar charger and solar phone chargers are uniquely designed, high-quality and low-cost. 

Staroba, located in Holland in southern Erie County, manufactures and sells imitation slate roofing tiles. It creates its own polymer used from a combination or rubber and scrap that normally would be sent to a landfill from the diaper manufacturing process. 

General manager Rob Helenbrook said the new lights are being installed at the company’s warehouse, compounding and molding areas,Our high-performance Why Solar LED are great for new projects or retrofits. and that the project would be completed by the end of August. All the lights run cool enough that they can be held in the palm of one’s hand without being burned. For further efficiency, the warehouse lights are on sensors, and turn on only when someone enters an area or aisle. 

“We’re replacing our 400-watt fixtures with 130-watt fixtures, and we’re doing 320 of them,” said Helenbrook, who would not disclose the total project costs. 

Helenbrook said Lackawanna-based CIR Electrical Construction Corp. is installing the lights, which were manufactured by Lancaster-based S3J Electronics LLC. He added that Staroba learned after receiving a project bid that they were eligible to have a percentage of the project paid for through New York State Electric and Gas. 

“We will be reimbursed for a significant portion of the project,” said Helenbrook, who estimated that Staroba would save around 75 percent on its lighting bill, and that the project would pay for itself in about 15 months. 

Help Cole Park glow for a good cause at 9 p.m. Saturday at the Glow ‘N Go 5K Run/Walk. 

The unique evening event will provide racers with glow necklaces and bracelets that will light up Cole Park. The glow in the dark run will benefit local Christina Rodriguez, who has cancer. 

Race Director Shammah Rodriguez said she and her husband felt helpless since they couldn’t help Christina Rodriguez physically, so they decided to help her financially. 

Shammah Rodriguez said there are a lot of runs/walks in Corpus Christi, but not a lot of them take place at night. 

“This is a way we can help out a friend and do it in a fun way for the whole city to enjoy,” Shammah Rodriguez said. 

Come light up the Bayfront’s night sky by wearing LED lights, Christmas lights or all things that blink, shine or glow for the best illuminated costume that will take place at 8:45 p.m. 

Shammah Rodriguez said a week before the race about 330 runners signed up, and organizers are expecting about 500 to participate. 

Participants can sign up and pick up race packets between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Friday at Smoothie King, 5017 Saratoga Blvd. Race day registration will start at 7:30 p.m. at the South of Oleander Point in Cole Park across the street from First Baptist Church. 

Glow ‘N Go runners can also purchase raffle tickets to win door prizes such as guided fishing tours, hotel packages or spa gift certificates. 

Additional glow gear such as glasses, glow sticks to even LED flashing light teeth will be for sale, so don’t forget to bring cash.

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