Rumpke expanding Dayton facility

Rumpke Recycling is expanding its downtown operations a year after completing a $4 million renovation.The company is adding an additional facility to its glass processing plant at 1300 E.

Monument Ave., said Sara Cullin, a spokeswoman for Rumpke. The 9,600-square-foot building is made of fabric and will be installed after Ferguson Construction completes $580,000 worth of site preparation. The new facility will serve as a dry storage facility for mostly glass materials before processing.

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600450 Rumpke expanding Dayton facility
Date: 12 October 2012

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