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Linatex Corporation of America.

Linatex Corporation of America is consolidating its two Connecticut manufacturing facilities, the headquarters staff, and elsewhere in North America to a new state-of-the-art plant to be built in Nashville, TN. Start-up of the facility is expected in the fourthl quarter of 1992.

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency citizens board awarded the University of Minnesota a $29,000 grant to do tests on a stream-erosion product made with shredded waste tires. Tests on Multi-Bloc's stream-erosion product will be conducted at the U of M's St. Anthony Falls hydraulic laboratory to target the exact uses for which the product is best suited. Multi-Bloc mixes tire chips with a latex binder and forms them into blocs that can be used for erosion control.
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Title Annotation:will consolidate staff and operations at new Nashville, Tennessee, facility
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Apr 1, 1992
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