John Warne

  • Friedman Recycling Opens $21M Facility in Albuquerque

    The fruitful collaboration between Mayor Richard J. Berry and Friedman Recycling has led to a successful result – the opening of the single stream materials recovery facility in Albuquerque. “This new facility is a symbol of our commitment to recycling and forever changes the way Albuquerque recycles,” Mayor Berry said. The new facility not only demonstrates care for the city and the environment, but also for the economy as it brings with it 35 new jobs that over time will grow to 75.

    Albuquerque 05 July 2013 22:23

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