Italy’s Sirmax begins operations at its new US$30M PP recycling facility in Anderson, Indiana; 124,000-sq.-ft. facility can produce 15,000 tons/year of PP from post-industrial and post-consumer waste, currently employs 25 workers

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LOS ANGELES , March 28, 2022 () –

SER North America, a subsidiary of Italy’s Sirmax Group, has begun producing recycled polypropylene plastic at its new facility in Anderson, Indiana, the Indiana Business Journal reported on March 28.

The facility totals 124,000 sq. Ft. In area and has a production capacity of 15,000 tons/year. The facility processes recycled polypropylene from post-industrial waste and post-commercial waste.

The facility cost approximately US$30 million and currently employs 25 workers. The company says it will hire an additional 15 workers by the end of 2022.

The primary source for this article is the Indiana Business Journal, Indianapolis, Indiana, published March 28. To read the original article, click here.

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