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Governor dedicates area recovery plant.

Governor dedicates area recovery plant

Container Recovery Corp. (CRC), the recycling subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch Cos., Inc., dedicated a commercial and municipal recyling expansion and modernization at its plant in Nashua, NH, recently.

The expansion of services will triple the plant's capacity for commercial and municipal recycling and will enable the company to play a larger role in recycling in New Hampshire. The CRC facility will recycle approximately 14 million pounds of aluminum; 11,500 tons of glass; 2,900 tons of paper and 340 tons of plastic in 1990.

"Our plant modification and new equipment will enable us to handle large loads of aluminum, paper corrugated and plastic generated by business and municipal recycling programs," said William Solomon, executive vice president and chief operating officer, CRC. "The growing number of such programs reflects the growth recycling is experiencing and we're proud to be part of this trend."

New Hampshire Governor Judd Gregg and Nashua Mayor James Donchess were among the dignitaries who gathered to dedicate the new facilities. Also among the guests were third grade students from the local elementary school.

In keeping with the "resource renewal" theme of the day, Anheuser-Busch donated a white pine seedling to everyone who attended. An additional 5,000 trees will be donated to local schools and CRC customers.
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Title Annotation:Container Recovery Corp. expansion and modernization plans in New Hampshire
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Oct 29, 1990
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