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Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Blue Bird Resins in Pulaski is expanding to more than double its leased square footage, company owner Dan Oberlander said this morning.
The plastic recycling company, which occupies more than 40,000 square feet of a former furniture plant, has begun moving into surplus property of Jefferson Yarns in Pulaski, Oberlander said.
The expansion site, which measures 100,000 square feet, is known as Jefferson Yarns’ Hill Plant.
Oberlander said his company’s work force varies from 15 to 22 full-time employees who convert waste plastic into usable material. He predicted the work force will grow to between 25 and 30 people this year.
The New River Valley Economic Development Alliance announced the news.
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