Revolve, a new privately owned recycling facility based in Cache Valley, Utah, slated to open in March 2017, will be able to process 220 different materials, such as unused diaper scraps and baling twine. Additionally, the facility will be able to process 50 tons of material per hour, and it will have the capability to recycle construction and demolition waste and unsorted glass, which is currently not recyclable by Cache Valley’s contract recycling facility Mountain Fiber.
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A new, privately owned recycling facility is being built in Logan in hopes of keeping recyclable material from several states out of the landfill.
The facility, called Revolve, will offer services that can’t be found elsewhere in Cache Valley. According to President and CEO Alex Bearnson, Revolve will be able to process 220 different materials, from baling twine to unused diaper scraps.
Revolve’s planned facility will recycle construction and demolition waste as well as unsorted glass, which currently is not recyclable by Mountain Fiber, the contracted recycling facility for Cache Valley.