Rincon invests in military shipping crate manufacturer

The Rincon tribe has joined the Colusa tribe in investing in PRC Composites, a manufacturer of fiberglass shipping crates for military weapons. PRC Composites has been operating in Ontario, since 2008, and began in Santa Fe Springs in 1973. The company has grown to about 120 employees. The company is hoping to double in size and output over the next decade. The owners welcome the investment by Rincon and Colusa, as they hope it will help leverage its status as a minority owned business. “Our whole intention with this investment is to grow,” said Gene Gregory, president of PRC Composite. “We’ve grown about ten percent in the last year and our game plan over the next five to seven years is we’

Rincon tribe has new environmental director

David Burt has joined the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians as Director of the Environmental Department. Burt brings 30 years of environmental operations and program management experience to the position. He comes to Rincon from The Woodlands, Texas, where he was president of Environmental Operations for Lariat Environmental Solutions, Inc. Prior to that he developed the groundwater/ surface water and environmental management departments over a 23-year career at Waste Management, Inc. “Much of my professional background has been in utilizing science to enhance the environment and reduce liability,” said Burt. “I’ve been directly involved in developing safety and risk management projects and cor

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