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JM Eagle Plant Engineer Matt Hoyng (left) and Devault Electric contractor Tim Devault hold up one of the 400-watt metal halide lamps the plant had replaced last month. Above them hang high-output T5 fluorescent lamps paid for in part by a $50,000 rebate from UniSource Energy Services. The new lamps will save the plant more than $30,000 in energy costs each year.
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Things are looking a whole lot brighter at the JM Eagle plant these days, but not because the industrial park tenant has recovered from the recession. In fact, business is still down for most industrial park businesses, and JM Eagle's plant at 4620 Olympic Way is no exception.