Kim Riddell, Alloway’s Director of Business Development, is assisting in the WEFTEC Operations Challenge. In addition to helping organize the event in Ohio...read more
This week, Alloway Lima completed construction of additional laboratory space to support its growing metals department. This latest addition features new...read more
Alloway is sponsoring the Johnny Appleseed Metropolitan Park District’s 38th Annual Nature Photography Contest. The contest features photographs in 3...read more
Alloway’s rain/butterfly garden is now complete! This was the final step in implementing a new stormwater management plan that utilizes rain barrels and a rain/butterfly garden to minimize runoff. The garden is located in the back lot of the Alloway Lima facility. It features a variety of plants designed to attract butterflies, thus providing a little patch of habitat for local species. The new garden will allow stormwater to be absorbed into the ground and naturally filtered.