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Creative Recycling Systems Shuts Down Facility in North Carolina

October 1, 2014

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Creative Recycling Systems Shuts Down Facility in North Carolina

Triangle Business Journal

Electronics recycling company Creative Recycling Systems has shut down its operations in Durham, N.C., and is in the process of moving out of its warehouse building in Keystone Industrial Park, according to the Triangle Business Journal.

Tampa-based Creative Recycling Systems at one time employed more than 50 people in Durham where the company would take in old monitors, computers and other high-tech equipment from local companies for recycling.

Creative Recycling Systems, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this summer after Regions Bank sued the company for $18.7 million, had occupied 73,900 square feet in the building at 619 Distribution Drive in Durham, says Ed Brown, a real estate broker with NAI Carolantic Realty who represents the owners of the Keystone industrial buildings.

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