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Graniteville Recycling Plant Part of Expanding Recycling Industry in SC

2015-03-02 22:28:00| Waste Age

<a href="http://www.thestate.com/">The State</a> A 2-year-old startup company here is joining the states expanding recycling industry and simultaneously helping to rebuild a former mill town belted by a dying business and a staggering railroad accident a decade ago. read more

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MeadWestvaco sells 5,359 acres of timberland near Charleston, SC, to...

2015-01-03 05:20:43| Paper - Topix.net

MeadWestvaco sells 5,359 acres of timberland near Charleston, SC, to Cantusee Timberlands, affiliate of Conservation Forestry [From the web] The paper giant recently sold 5,359 acres, or about 7 percent, of the sprawling property, near County Line Road in southwestern Charleston County to Cantusee Timberlands LLC for $14.25 million. If you market to the pulp and paper industry, look to RISI to reach more customers through more channels than anyone else.

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Motley Rice files first wrongful death federal action against Takata in S.C.

2014-11-30 16:01:34| Automakers - Topix.net

On Nov. 21, 2014, Motley Rice LLC, one of the nation's largest plaintiffs' firms, filed a products liability action alleging the wrongful death of a South Carolina woman related to a Takata airbag.

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Michelin to open Tweel plant in S.C.

2014-11-14 01:48:14| Industrial Machines - Topix.net

Michelin North America Inc. is opening a plant in Piedmont, S.C., dedicated to the production of its "Tweel" non-pneumatic tire/wheel assembly. The tire maker did not disclose investment, size, employment or production capacity details at this time.

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Utility predicts lower natural gas prices in SC

2014-10-17 15:00:45| Energy - Topix.net

Officials with Piedmont Natural Gas say they expect a milder winter this year and think natural gas bills will average $12 less a month for the company's typical South Carolina residential customer. The Greenville News reported that the Charlotte, North Carolina, utility says this year's forecast for November through March is very different from last season, when temperatures were about 10 percent colder than usual.

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