North Carolina recycler move spurred by demand rise
Jul 26, 2010 | 12:09 PM
| Lisa Gordon
Thriving demand and an increased customer base have prompted a North Carolina recycler to develop plans to move its operations to a nearby location that is more than five times its present site.
"We have outgrown the current facility and need the room to expand. Our customers like to do business with us and we want to be there for them. The new location will give us room to grow," said Brian Greer, president of Greer Recycling. The Reidsville company sells its scrap directly to East Coast mills and exports to China,....
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