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MORE THAN $1 MILLION TO ASSIST CHESTER COUNTY FIRM RENOVATIONS

 HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Acting Gov. Mark S. Singel today announced the approval of a $1,125,000 business infrastructure grant to help a Chester County company expand and create new jobs.
 Chemical Waste Management of Pennsylvania, Coatesville, has acquired the former Delaware Container Corp., which had been located in nearby Valley Township. The company will invest $4.2 million to upgrade the facility and create 79 jobs.
 "Our business development and infrastructure grants are allowing firms to expand and improve throughout the Commonwealth," Singel said. "We are making investments that will create new jobs and opportunities."
 State Secretary of Commerce Andrew T. Greenberg said Chemical Waste Management, which processes industrial waste products, will use the funds to recycle industrial solvents and to improve its waste disposal treatment facilities.
 The grant, funded through the state Department of Commerce's Business Infrastructure Development (BID) program, is being awarded to the Chester County Development Council on behalf of Chemical Waste Management.
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 /CONTACT: Deborah J. Gownley of the Department of Commerce, 717-783-1132/


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