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C&D Recycling Facility Getting $120 Million in Upgrades

New upgrades to a California C&D recycling facility will provide huge benefits for recycling rates and waste diversion.

April 10, 2023

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A new upgrade is on its way to a construction and demolition recycling plant in Place County, California, as Wester Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) is preparing to break ground on a new multiyear facility improvement project. This upgrade will help with recycling rates, waste diversion efforts, and create a more circular economy for the area.

These improvements to the facility to cost $120 million.

“These facility improvements will ensure our member agencies maintain local control, stable rates and that we can foster economic growth,” WPWMA Executive Director Ken Grehm says. “This first phase of our project reflects the tremendous growth our region has experienced and the proactive efforts of the WPWMA’s board of directors to best prepare us to meet the recycling needs of the region’s planned and anticipated development.” 

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