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Chef Container Announces Building Expansion Ground Breaking
Chef Container Announces Building Expansion Ground Breaking

Holland, MI - November 11, 2011 - Chef Container, LLC announces the expansion efforts of their Westshore Recycling and Transfer Station located just outside Holland , MI in Allegan County. Based on the company's growth predictions and the needs of local recycling along the lakeshore, the building expansion will triple the size of the current facility from 6,400 sq. feet to over 27,000 sq. feet. This expansion is estimated to create up to ten (10) new jobs within the Westshore facility.

Chef Container was originally founded in 2002 and was focused on providing advanced recycling within the solid waste marketplace. With the construction of the original Westshore Recycling & Transfer facility in 2004, Chef Container, LLC was able to secure contracts with several municipalities to include: The City of Holland, The City of Saugatuck, The Township of Laketown and the County of Allegan's recycling collection depots.

The new building, which is part of our 10-year celebration initiatives, will be utilized to process the solid waste materials to remove additional recycling not currently being recycling by the residents and business of Ottawa and Allegan County. In addition, there will be an expansion of the sorting line which will increase the facilities recycling capabilities by three hundred (300%) percent. That is enough material to fill 1,820 Simi trailers full of recycling, which if parked end to end would line up from from Holland State Beach to Byron Center each year...

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