Cascade Steel works to improve the lives of local citizens in many ways
Scholarships, donations improve many local lives
As building a strong foundation goes, it’s difficult to beat the high quality products manufactured by Cascade Steel Rolling Mills, Inc. right here in the Yamhill Valley. But the company’s well-known dedication to quality products may well be matched by its commitment to bettering the lives of those in local communities.
As one of the region’s largest employers, Cascade Steel recognizes the importance of improving the local communities where its employees live and work. Since 2007, Cascade Steel has donated nearly half a million dollars to local organizations, schools, programs and charities. Cascade Steel employees enthusiastically participate in regular volunteer opportunities because they know the value of the company’s commitment to the future — they’ve seen firsthand how their efforts benefit the Yamhill Valley.
As a member of the Schnitzer Steel family, Cascade Steel builds on Schnitzer’s long history of nationally-recognized giving. Locally, Cascade Steel has supported the Yamhill County Fair Livestock Pen Project, the McMinnville High School welding program, the Drew Ottley Memorial Skate Park, the popular after-school Kids on the Block program, Head Start of Yamhill County, the McMinnville Education Foundation, Future Farmers of America, the Virginia Garcia Health Center and YCAP.
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Outside the Yamhill Valley, Cascade Steel Rolling Mills is globally known as a manufacturer of top-grade products like coiled reinforcing bar, wire rod, merchant bar and other specialty materials, all produced from recycled scrap metal at McMinnville’s state-of-the-art electric arc furnace steel mill.
To find out more about Cascade Steel and its commitment to the Yamhill Valley, visit www.schnitzersteel.com.
Cascade Steel Rolling Mills is located at 3200 N Highway 99W in McMinnville. Call 503-472-4181 or toll-free 800-283-2776. Visit www.cascadesteel.com for more information, including company history, products and careers. A fascinating interactive presentation illustrating the Cascade Steel manufacturing process is also featured.