Greenfield site will be company’s fourth facility.
Advanced Recycling, Concord, N.H., has announced the construction of a greenfield site in Claremont, N.H., that will serve as the company’s fourth scrap recycling location.
Advanced, part of Max Cohen & Sons Inc., is constructing a three-acre building in Claremont that will reach up to 65 feet high and that will be equipped with overhead cranes, according to the company’s Steve Cohen.
The facility, anticipated to be operational this summer, will have direct rail access and more than five acres of paved storage area.
Cohen is billing the site at “the largest indoor recycling facility in New England,” and says that its location on New Hampshire’s western border will allow the company to better serve customers in Vermont and western Massachusetts.
In addition to the new Claremont site, Advanced Recycling also operates facilities in Concord, Rochester and Manchester, N.H.
According to information on its Web site, the company handles ferrous and non-ferrous metals, cardboard and oil filters. The company also offers a container service for these materials as well as construction and demolition (C&D) debris.
Advanced operates what it calls “the only enclosed, electrically operated shredder in Vermont, Massachusetts or New Hampshire,” a 2,000 hp unit that processes metals.