Greenville County, South Carolina will get a $2.2 million financial shot in the arm with the establishment of a SterAssure Processing facility in Greenville.
The opening of the medical waste collection plant will also create 25 new jobs over the next five years.
“We are excited to call Greenville, South Carolina our home, and I am grateful to those individuals who went above and beyond on our behalf,” SterAssure president Mike McCuen said. “Sincere thanks as well to those organizations who have given us the opportunity to serve, and I look forward to building lasting partnerships throughout the state.”
SterAssure officials said the company will be housed in an existing space in the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center, 4 Augusta Arbor Way, Greenville. It is expected to be up and running by the end of this year’s third quarter.
The start-up company is rooted in the Carolinas. SterAssure staff is equipped to perform most regulated biomedical waste collection jobs. The company serves funeral homes, physicians’ and dentists’ offices and companies that handle environmental waste.
“SterAssure’s decision to choose Greenville speaks to the diverse and innovative business community that Greenville has cultivated,” Greenville County Council Chairman Robert Taylor said. “The company’s services will have a positive impact on the region’s medical community, and I look forward to the firm’s future success."
To find out more about SterAssure or job opportunities at the new facility, log on to www.sterassureprocessing.com.
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