On a 10-acre tract of land near Zion Crossroads, Peter van der Linde plans to finally open a $10-million, 100,000-square-foot recycling center, featuring a 270-foot state-of-the-art sorting machine, which should be operational in mid-May.
“This will be the opposite of the way it’s done now,” he says. “You’ll just throw everything into one container, no need to separate or sort it. You don’t need to lift a finger. We’ll do it.”
He pauses for emphasis.
“Now, everything changes, now recycling is easy,” he says.