Sutera USA LLC has announced that it will be making a $2 million investment in a Greenville, South Carolina, facility.
The company, which manufactures semi-underground waste and recycling collection systems, plans to launch operations at 55 Commerce Center, which will create 20 new jobs.
“Sutera USA is pleased to demonstrate our continued commitment to South Carolina and the surrounding area by focusing in Greenville the development of our semi underground waste and recyclable material containment systems," Sutera President Bernie Melloul said. "Our innovative alternative technology offers critical solutions for containment -- the first stage in responsible waste and recycling management programs. We are excited to see that the Sutera technology and our associated servicing activities are in complete harmony and supportive of the growing regional recycling industry.”
Sutera opened in 2013 and is based in South Carolina's upstate region.
"Sutera is a thriving company looking to improve the recycling and waste industry," Greenville County Council Chairman Dr. Bob Taylor said. "We enjoy these assignments where we help facilitate growth and expansion for successful companies with a unique offering.”
For more information on Sutera USA LLC, visit www.suterausa.com.