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World's First Full CRT Recycler Coming To Chautauqua County

July 1, 2013

Buffalo Niagara Enterprise announced today that Nulife Glass, a recycling specialist based in Manchester, England, will open their first U.S. facility in Chautauqua County. The company will invest $3....

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Jul-03-13 8:13 AM

I wonder how quickly will they realize what a mistake this is going to be. Just what we need here. Toxic waste. They need to have the public vote on whether we want this crap in our backyard.

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Jul-02-13 8:11 AM

What negative statements! You should be glad for a new company coming in. And to compare this and gas & oil! Honest labor over polution coming out of your land for $$$ for you with all the negatives in Fracking!

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Jul-02-13 7:00 AM


Not just 25 jobs anywhere in the state, but in Chautauqua County -- the chief resources of which are and welfare and Medicaid reimbursements. And if any of his colleagues or rivals could find this county on the map, they would be amazed at such a feat.

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Jul-01-13 11:22 PM

Be certain that nothing is buried in the ground or makes our water or air toxic. Is the above true. Will the jobs be minimium wage jobs? Will trucks with dangerous cargo be passing freely down our roads? Answer these questions Edwards.

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Jul-01-13 6:00 PM

Why or should I say "how" can the NYS regulators allow this activity when they moratorium on development of natural gas and oil? Why isn't anyone concerned about importing out of state waste??

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Jul-01-13 4:39 PM

100 million pounds of (toxic) CRT glass.

Praise the Lord, our economy is saved!

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Jul-01-13 4:23 PM

you win one you lose one

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Jul-01-13 3:21 PM

Better check the availability and supply of water first. ;)

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