Supervisors OK Recycling Facility Expansion, New Jobs
The Falls Township Board of Supervisors paved the way for a business expansion and 30 new local jobs.
The board, during its recent meeting, voted unanimously to grant preliminary and final land development approval to Abington Reldan Metals, LLC for its phase three and phase four improvements. The Supervisors last year approved phase two of the plan.
Abington Reldan Metals, which is located on roughly 10 acres at 550 Bordentown Road, intends to construct two buildings totaling approximately 56,250 square feet. The construction would add warehouse space, as well as associated loading docks, parking spaces, driveways, landscaping, lighting and water service and stormwater improvement for the bustling business.
“Business is very good,” an Abington Reldan Metals, LLC official said. “We are bursting at the seams.”
The company, which recycles phones, computers and serves as a combination environmental recycler and precious metal refiner, employs approximately 140 to 145 workers and is looking to hire 30 more, according to the company’s facilities director.