Friday, March 18, 2011

Quincy Recycle celebrates opening of new plant

Attending the Quincy Recycle ribbon cutting on Friday are, from left, Vince Buchanan, president and CEO of the New Haven Chamber of Commerce; Gary Collins, Quincy Recycle operations manager; Kirk Salerno, Quincy Recycle general manager; Bryan Stokes, Quincy Recycle president; Tim Bliefnick, Quincy Recycle procurement specialist; and Michelle Merritt, vice president of member relations and communication at the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce.

Chamber member Quincy Recycle celebrated the opening of its New Haven plant at 2210 Summit St. with an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday at 11 a.m.

Participating in the ribbon cutting were Quincy Recycle staff and local community leaders including representatives from the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce. Lunch and door prizes were provided.

Quincy Recycle has three recycling facilities in Illinois and Indiana that allow them to service customers throughout the Midwest. In addition to their plant-based services, Quincy Recycle offers materials brokerage services throughout the United States and Canada. They are not limited by location. Quincy Recycle provides business-to-business recycling and waste reduction solutions.

Whether the priority is zero impact sustainability or simply a profitable bottom line, Quincy Recycle can help achieve those goals. For more information, visit

For more pictures from this and other ribbon-cutting celebrations, visit The Chamber’s Facebook page.

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