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The company will establish a first-of-its-kind waste plastics facility and manufacturing operation and create 52 new jobs in Cumberland County, VA.


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The company will establish a first-of-its-kind waste plastics facility and manufacturing operation and create 52 new jobs in Cumberland County, VA.

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Latest: Braven Environmental To Invest $31.7M In Virginia - The company will establish a first-of-its-kind waste plastics facility and manufacturing operation and create 52 new jobs in Cumberland County, VA.

Braven Environmental To Invest $31.7M In Virginia

The company will establish a first-of-its-kind waste plastics facility and manufacturing operation and create 52 new jobs in Cumberland County, VA.

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Unix Packaging Creating 226 New Jobs In North Carolina

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Microsoft Adding 1,500 New Jobs In Atlanta

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Crown Holdings Begins Building $148M Plant In Kentucky

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Utah’s PPE Push Pack Program Helps Small Business Start COVID-19 Transition

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