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ReCommunity is working with Resource Recovery and Recycling Authority of Southwest Oakland County (RRRASOC) to jointly rebuild and re-open the Southfield, Michigan materials recovery facility (MRF). The building renovation work will complete this summer. ReCommunity has ordered the equipment to process the collected recyclables, targeting an early 2016 reopening. The facility, located on 8 Mile Road in Southfield, has been undergoing repairs and reconstruction for eight months. A fire closed the facility in 2014.

ReCommunity engaged in an extensive equipment review process, ensuring that the new processing system will continue a tradition of maximizing recovery of recycled materials. The processing system that resulted from this analysis will be constructed and installed by Van Dyk Systems, and is a turnkey Bollegraaf system.

RRRASOC has funded the building construction and will partner with ReCommunity to invest and install the new processing system.

Published in the October 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Travis Body & Trailer, Inc., a manufacturer of end dumps, bottom dumps, transfer trailers and specialty dump trailers, hired Jerry Guerrero as its new director of operations. Travis created this new position to keep up with the latest production processes and techniques, improve operational efficiency and increase trailer output.

Fenix Parts, Inc., a recycler and reseller of original equipment manufacturer automotive products, has acquired Ocean County Auto Wreckers, Inc. in Bayville, New Jersey.
Ocean County is a full service auto recycling facility and represents Fenix Parts’ second location in New Jersey.

Published in the October 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

EnviroVantage of Epping, a full service commercial, industrial and residential environmental and specialty services contractor, was recently honored by The Exeter Area Chamber Of Commerce as the winner of their 2015 Business Of The Year in the category of real estate, construction and engineering.

The judges selected the winners based on their significant involvement and generous contributions made to both their industry and community. Each company needed to effectively demonstrate how they go above and beyond the normal daily activities and make a major positive impact in the state of New Hampshire.

Published in the September 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

Impact Air Systems has opened new corporate offices and operations in California to further cement their commitment and confidence in the American market.

The decision to expand to the West Coast allows Impact to offer American engineering excellence via Gary Price, who has over 30 years of experience in the industry.

Published in the September 2015 Edition of American Recycler News

The Timken Company has reached an agreement with American Industrial Partners to acquire the Carlstar Belts Business, a North American manufacturer of belts used in industrial, commercial and consumer applications including Carlisle, Ultimax and Panther, among others. The transaction is expected to be accretive over the balance of 2015. For the 12 months ending June 30, 2015, Carlstar Belts sales were approximately $140 million.

The transaction, expected to close in the third quarter of 2015, is subject to customary government and regulatory approvals and will be funded with a combination of cash and debt.