MUSKEGON, Mich. — Goodwill Industries of West Michigan has introduced a new partnership with HydroBlox Technologies for a joint undertaking in plastics recycling. It involves a new production facility that will be designed in Muskegon.
HydroBlox Systems is dependent in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and manufactures merchandise which support in stormwater drainage infrastructure. They are applied in highway and trail jobs, retaining partitions, hydroponic farms, solar fields, green roofs, and other purposes. The products are made from 100% recycled plastic that ordinarily gets landfilled. Glue, binders, or any dangerous materials are not made use of in the company’s manufacturing course of action. The approach also does not exhaust fumes or wastewater.
“We are thrilled to start out what I have an understanding of is a initially-of-a-type enterprise for Goodwill that will not only divert plastic from landfills, but provide new work and training chances,” stated HydroBlox Systems CEO Ed Grieser.
“HydroBlox checks all the boxes for us in terms of analyzing a new startup,” explained Goodwill Industries of West Michigan Enterprise Development Director Nick Carlson. “Recycling undesirable plastic into handy, environmentally welcoming stormwater products will minimize Goodwill landfill charges, present good work, when building revenue to support Goodwill work and instruction packages.”
Internet site variety and machines provisioning for the new Muskegon facility are at this time underway.
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