A Canadian company that uses recycled rubber for a variety of industrial supports is apparently making plans to expand operations into Delaware County. The Star Press reports Clearline Technologies, which is based in Winnipeg intends to acquire the vacant Henman Tool Building and hire as many as 20 people in the first year of operations.
The company manufactures support systems from rooftop pipes out of used tires. The publication says Clearline also produces speed bump and parking blocks from recycled materials.
“We’re taking material that would otherwise go to the landfill or would be burned for energy by power companies,” said Clearline Managing Director Alain Masson in a news release.
The Star Press reports the Indiana Economic Development Corp. is offering conditional tax credits based on the company’s job creation plans.
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