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Recycling Lives Economic Development Project will utilize a variety of funding sources, which including HUD funds, to develop and make improvements for facility operations and job training resources at 301 Espee St in Bakersfield, CA. The project is planned for Unit D of the larger 3.27 acre site. On behalf of Recycling Lives, a non-profit organization, KAB a non-profit arm of the Employers' Training Resource would both develop and operate a facility that would recycle non-California Redemption Value glass into decorative applications. The operation will create a new job opportunities and provide essential job training related skills and other resources to participants of the program. Start-up costs include rent, utilities, and staffing costs including wages, supportive services and workforce training.
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