Wistron to open $21-million e-recycling facility in Texas
Oct 23, 2012 | 01:00 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Electronic waste recycler Wistron Greentech (Texas) Corp. has unveiled plans for a new $21-million recycling facility in McKinney, Texas.
The company, a subsidiary of Taipei-based Wistron Corp., will move into an existing 209,000-square-foot plant in McKinney. The site will include operations for information technology asset recovery and the recycling and refining of....
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