Bunn Box was awarded the most funding of any recipient.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has named 12 recipients of grants through its Recycling Market Development Program. The funds total $1 million and are designed to expand the presence of recycling in the state.
The largest grant -- nearly $420,000 -- will help Allen County-based Bunn Box Inc. with expansion and efficiency improvement efforts. Additional recipients include:
Child Adult Resource Services (CARS) in Parke County - $17,908
City of Greendale in Dearborn County - $42,346
City of Valparaiso/Public Works in Porter County - $93,624
City of Winchester in Randolph County - $66,000
Republic Services Recycling of Indiana Inc. in Marion County - $166,355
Metropolitan School District of Shakamak/Greene County SWMD - $1,028
Upland Brewing Co. Inc. in Monroe County - $5,344
Vidal Plastics LLC in Vanderburgh County - $106,000
Warrick County Recycling & Resource Management District - $76,935
West Central School Corp. in Pulaski County - $1,200
Woodrow Wilson Middle School in Vigo County - $3,562
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