—The $2 Million, Recycling Facility will be first of its kind in Georgia—
MBA Waste Services LLC started work in early November on its new Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) at a site off Roosevelt Highway in Union City, Georgia. The facility, on an eight acre tract, will include a 41,000 square-foot industrial building, a sorting system to separate materials that are being recycled as well as a “reduction grinder” to prepare materials for other end uses.
The MRF complex, set to go operational in early 2011, will be the first permitted recovery facility for construction materials within 250 miles of Atlanta, according to Ken Mitchell, President/CEO of MBA Waste Services. “We will be able to recycle concrete, wood, metal, paper and plastic as well as carpet at the facility,” he added.
Ken, and his wife Carol, company secretary, were able to use a $2.1 million SBA 504 Development Loan to finance their new recycling facility in south Fulton County. The... Read More