ECycling International SC to Relocate

Electronics recycling firm to invest more than $23 million in new Ulmer, S.C., plant.

September 6, 2012
Recycling Today Staff

ECycling International SC, Ulmer, S.C., has announced plans to relocate its electronics facility within that city, which is in Allendale County. The company says it expects to invest more than $23 million and to generate 18 new jobs as part of the project.

In a news release issued by the South Carolina Department of Commerce, Kevin Fail, eCycling International SC facility manager, says, “We are excited to open our new operations in Allendale County. South Carolina offers us an exceptional business environment and a talented workforce. We appreciate all the support we’ve received from state and local officials as we’ve helped to make this project a reality.”

ECycling International SC will open its newest facility within the former Mohawk building in Ulmer. The facility is expected to be operational by early 2013.

“Today’s announcement from eCycling International SC is another win for one of our state’s rural areas,” says South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley “We celebrate the company’s decision to invest $23 million in Ulmer and create new jobs. We are working hard every day to recruit new businesses to all areas of South Carolina.”