UWM Holdings Inc. in Holyoke, Mass., has received approval from the City Council to expand its recycling program, which will include extra hours for truck traffic, a 9,000-square-foot addition to the its facility and 20 new jobs.

MassLive.com has more information on the recycling program expansion:

With praise for the owner, the City Council Tuesday at City Hall approved a measure that will let a trash transfer company expand its recycling program including with additional but restricted truck traffic.

Changes that will occur after the City Council's 12-0 vote will include extra hours for truck traffic at the 686 Main St. facility, a 9,000-square-foot addition to house equipment for increased recycling and 20 new jobs, owner Scott Lemay said.

"They made an excellent presentation," said David K. Bartley, chairman of the Development and Government Relations Committee, which recommended the changes.

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