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Recleim and Dumpster Depot Partner in Aiken County

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Recleim and Dumpster Depot Partner in Aiken County to reduce appliance waste in landfills

Holley Heating & Air Awards First Donation From Recleim Recycling Proceeds

AIKEN, SC Holley Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., headquartered in Aiken, S.C., is using a portion of the proceeds it receives from recycling used HVAC systems to create the Holley Community Fund. The Fund provides a donation of $500 to a different local nonprofit organization each month. The Holley Community Fund is supported by proceeds… View Page

SCAHACC and Recleim Join Forces to Help HVAC Contractors Dispose of Retired Units

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GRANITEVILLE, S.C. Recleim LLC, a next-generation recycling services provider, and the South Carolina Association of Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors (SCAHACC) are working together to offer contractors across the state a convenient and environmentally-friendly solution to dispose of HVAC systems. By joining forces, Recleim and SCAHACC eliminate the need for contractors to deconstruct their HVAC… View Page

Recleim Announces Exclusive Recycling Services Deal with BSH Home Appliances

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GRANITEVILLE, SC — July 17, 2014 —  Recleim LLC, a provider of next-generation appliance recycling services, announced that it will now serve as the exclusive recycling services provider for BSH Home Appliances Corporation (BSH) products at its East Coast and Midwest distribution centers. BSH, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Bosch and Siemens Hausgerate… View Page

Recleim Secures Financing for Flagship Graniteville Facility: Recycling Plant Expected to be Fully Operational This Summer

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  GRANITEVILLE, S.C. – April 16, 2014 – Recleim LLC, an appliance and electronics recycler, today announced that it received $20 million in New Markets Tax Credit financing to complete its recycling facility at Graniteville’s historic Hickman Mill. Led by SunTrust Community Capital, the loan provides equipment financing and working capital for the company’s… View Page

Recleim Breaks Ground on Hickman Mill Renovation

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Graniteville, S.C. – July 10, 2013 – Recleim LLC held an official groundbreaking ceremony yesterday to mark the start of work on its top-to-bottom renovation and modernization of the former Hickman Mill facility at 118 Hard Street in Graniteville. When the facility is complete, it will house a 110,000 square foot, state-of-the-art… View Page

Recleim Featured on WJBF News 6 (ABC) Augusta’s Economic Report

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Graniteville, SC — June 5, 2013 —  Recleim’s new facility in Graniteville was the subject of a feature on WJBF News 6 (ABC) Augusta’s Economic Report last night.  Recleim President and CEO Ben Hirokawa and General Manager Doug Huffer both were featured in the report. The report focused on the job growth and… View Page

Recleim Announces Selection of Evans General Contractors for Hickman Mill Renovation

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Graniteville, S.C. — April 22, 2013 — Recleim CEO Benjamin Hirokawa has announced Recleim’s engagement of Evans General Contractors to manage Recleim’s renovation of the old Hickman Mill facility at 118 Hard Street in Graniteville.   Evans brings to this project a wealth of local, national and international experience in building and renovating manufacturing facilities. … View Page

February 22, 2013 Message from Recleim CEO Ben Hirokawa to Graniteville, Aiken County, and Neighboring Communities

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Thank You. Thank you, Graniteville, Aiken County, and neighboring communities.  We are thrilled by the warm welcome we are receiving.  Following Wednesday’s announcement regarding our facility being constructed at 118 Hard Street, we have been contacted by many local businesses, media representatives, and job applicants.  We truly appreciate the interest and enthusiasm the community has… View Page

View Video of RecyclonomicsSC Press Event Announcing Recleim’s Flagship Facility

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Columbia, S.C. — February 21, 2013 — Recleim CEO Benjamin Hirokawa participated yesterday along with South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and officials from Aiken County in a press and legislative event sponsored by RecyclonomicsSC, an organization dedicated to growing the recycling industry in South Carolina. At the press conference, Hirokawa announced the… View Page