Electronic Recyclers International, the nation's largest recycler of electronic waste, has moved into a new, larger facility at Badin Business Park. The company received its first shipment of electronic waste at the new facility earlier this month.
ERI and Alcoa invested $10 million to renovate the 165,000 square foot facility to accommodate ERI's needs. The company had been operating its Southeast regional recycling center in a temporary space since locating in Badin in July 2011. The expanded facility will allow ERI to increase its recycling volume and expand its workforce. The company held a job fair last summer which drew 400 appicants and will employ up to 200 people in Badin.
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