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The controversial B’s Recyling Plant in Cane Garden, St Thomas, will be packing up and moving to a new location within the next year.
Operator of the plant, Paul Bynoe, is expected to spend more than $3 million to have it resited in the Vaucluse/Bennett’s area of St Thomas, but away from residents.
“With the full co-operation of Government, the facility can be open in 12 months,” an upbeat Bynoe told the SUNDAY SUN yesterday.
He revealed the company had acquired 30 acres of land which would house the recycling business. The area is earmarked in the Physical Development Plan for waste disposal and recycling, and is adjacent to lands being used by Government for the collection and treatment of garbage.


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