New plastic recycling firm opens in Cornwall, employing 40

May 16, 2016 at 10:36 am Leave a comment

ewasteA plastic recycling firm has opened a new facility in Cornwall, employing about 40 people.

FCM Recycling Inc., one of Canada’s leading provider of electronic waste recycling services, announced this week work it is in full production on Loyalist Street in the Seaway City.

“This plant will further our goal to close the loop in electronic recycling” said Andrew Rubin, FCM president. “It represents a culmination of three years of R&D and a significant investment by FCM in plant, equipment and development costs.”

Read New plastic recycling firm opens in Cornwall, employing 40 at The Seaway News.

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