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Milestone For $180 Million Clean Harbors Expansion

Setting Of First Steel Columns A Reason To Celebrate

Clean Harbors' senior vice president of facility engineering, Paul Whiting, addressed the vendor partners, Clean Harbors employees, city and county officials, and citizens monitoring committee members at the Oct. 7 Milestone Recognition Event of the setting of the first steel columns for the second incinerator at the Kimball facility.

The second incinerator is projected to be a $180 million investment expected to be completed by 2025 and create more than 100 permanent jobs for the area. The rotary kiln incinerator will be constructed to incinerate drummed waste.

The event was held in the 66...

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