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RockTenn Opens Recycling Facility in Memphis
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Norcross, Georgia, USA, 03 February 2012 -- RockTenn has announced the opening of a new single-stream recycling facility in Memphis, Tennessee, expanding the company’s recycling capabilities and increasing its presence and service capabilities.

The 150,000 square-foot facility will complement RockTenn’s established single-stream recycling plants in Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tennessee. The automated, single-stream system allows designated recyclable materials to be fully commingled during collection instead of separated into different bins, a process that offers significant benefits to homes and businesses.

The opening of the Memphis plant, as the first single-stream facility in the city’s metropolitan area, represents a key investment in RockTenn’s Recycling and Waste Solutions growth plan. This is RockTenn’s ninth single-stream system within its 39 recycling facilities.

RockTenn plans to continue to expand its recycling powers nationwide in the upcoming year to reinforce its commitment to provide easy recycling solutions to better serve customers worldwide.

"We are investing in new facilities across the country to support demand and provide full-service solutions through innovative technology. Our growth is focused on making recycling easy by increasing our single-stream capabilities and supporting our customers’ sustainability initiatives across the country,” said Mike Oswald, senior vice president and general manager, RockTenn Recycling and Waste Solutions.

 

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