Brightmark is planning to soon build the world’s biggest “advanced plastics recycling and renewal facility”. For this, they have chosen Right to Work Macon-Bibb County, Georgia. This will give them many Right to Work benefits that will allow them to grow. And in order to cover the cost, they are investing over $680 million toward the project. So this will go a long way in boosting the area’s economy!
From Area Development Magazine:
“We are excited to build our next plastics renewal facility in Macon-Bibb[…]. Our advanced recycling facility will be the world’s largest and will utilize our proven plastics renewal technology to advance our mission of reimagining waste, while supporting economic development in the region. We look forward to being a part of the community.” […]
“Georgia’s pro-business environment and support for private-sector innovation continues to pave the way toward a more sustainable future, not only in Georgia but across the world. […] It’s exciting to consider the potential for this project, and I’m thankful to Brightmark for investing in Georgia and the hardworking Georgians of Macon.” […]
“We are thrilled that Brightmark has selected Georgia for a project that will transform how we manage plastic waste[…].”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read more updates on Right to Work states, click here.