Alma Iron & Metal opens $3M yard; planning expansion into plastics
Oct 15, 2007 | 09:05 AM
| Michael Marley
Alma Iron & Metal Co. Inc., Alma, Mich., has opened a $3-million scrapyard in an industrial park in the small city in central Michigan, paving the way for a municipal riverfront redevelopment project at the downtown site it vacated.
David Simon, who co-owns Alma with brother Roger, said the 10-acre site contains a rail siding, an 18,000-square-foot nonferrous warehouse and a baler/shear. The facility utilizes storage bins for scrap metals, collecting and discharging oils and fluids through an advanced stormwater management system.....
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