Sierra International Machinery Releases Their Docuseries Repurposed
Bakersfield, CA – Sierra International Machinery announces the release of their documentary series
Repurposed. Tune in on Thursdays, starting February 2, as Sierra’s President and Co-Owner, John Sacco,
narrates this multi-episode series to highlight various American metal and paper processors and recyclers
to show how recycled materials are vital to manufacturing and the production of everyday goods.
Repurposed will take viewers behind the scenes to witness how the items utilized on a day-to-day basis
rely on recycled materials facilities, steel mills, foundries, and paper mills.
“Repurposed is a docuseries that tells the story of the importance of the materials recycling industry and
the supply chain of raw materials to steel mills, foundries for aluminum, and paper mills,” says John Sacco.
“Repurposed also tells a story about green manufacturing and how our industry helps keep our
communities clean, how our communities are a better place to live, because the environmental
stewardship of the recycled materials industry. This series is designed to change the narrative and ensure
people understand the negative impact on their daily lives if the recycled material industry ceases to
Sacco is joined by industry experts such as Jay Robinovitz, CEO of Alter Trading; Robin Wiener, ISRI
President; Jim Keefe, Executive Vice President of GIE Media; George Adams, CEO and President of SA
Recycling, plus many more, to explain how vital the recycling industry is to our environment,
infrastructure, and everyday health.
Repurposed, Season 1 Episode 1: “It Takes Grit,” is scheduled for release on Thursday, February 2, and can
be viewed on Sierra International Machinery’s YouTube channel with constant updates on the
Repurposed social media channels.
Season 1 Episode 1: It Takes Grit: https://youtu.be/GEb5O5omh-M
Sierra International Machinery is a worldwide leader in selling and supporting of processing equipment to
the metal, recycling, and waste industries. As the only recycling equipment manufacturer that owns and
operates a recycling facility, Sierra understands the challenges recycling professionals face. Therefore,
Sierra’s most important responsibility is ensuring its customers have the right equipment to be profitable,
achieved through firsthand experience, proven machines, and innovation. Sierra’s full range of equipment
is built to meet the demands of today’s processing facilities and is backed by the best service and support
in the industry.