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Mo. recycler moving to larger site

Keywords: Tags  scrap, Poor Boyz Recycling, James Woods, Seth Crocker

PITTSBURGH — A Missouri recycler plans to move to a larger site this summer, having outgrown its facility after just one year in business.

Poor Boyz Recycling Inc. in St. Clair will relocate to a three-acre site after it closes on the property in June, co-owner James Woods told AMM. The new location, which formerly served a waste management company, has loading docks and high ceilings

The St. Clair Board of Aldermen agreed to annex the new location into the city, as well as grant the necessary conditional-use permit, allowing Woods and business partner Seth Crocker to proceed with the move.

Woods said the company, which sells its material to a larger metal recycler with an auto shredder, has two balers and a nonferrous scale, and plans to install a 70-foot truck scale at its new facility.

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