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Too many times their fathers had come home after carrying steel drums of leaking trash and maggots on their heads.
A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation into the steel drum and plastic tote refurbishing industry revealed dangers to plant workers and nearby residents and sparked action from federal, state and local regulators.
Cornell’s steel drum program and its bands have toured extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally.
Every year around this time, the rhythm of steel drums rises in Central Brooklyn, signaling the approach of Caribbean Carnival, as seamstresses put the final touches on elaborate costumes adorned with feathers and rhinestones.
The plants refurbish 55-gallon steel drums and large plastic containers, called totes, cleaning them for reuse or recycling.
The musicians from Northern Illinois University's Steelband will also be in the lobby for a meet and greet and demonstration on how to play a steel drum.
The plants refurbish 55-gallon steel drums and large plastic chemical containers, cleaning them for reuse or recycling.
Live music, including steel drums, a snake charmer and hula dancers will entertain guests throughout the evening. $69 or $89 VIP (2 p.m. early entry). 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday. 910 Grand Ave.
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STEEL DRUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of steel drum for English Language Learners
: a metal drum shaped like a bowl or barrel that makes different sounds when it is hit at different places
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