BRIDGETON, Mo.- The Massachusetts-based company Materials Lifecycle Management Co. is installing equipment in a brand new facility near the airport in Bridgeton.
The company buys waste from other businesses and turns the trash into fuel cubes that can be sold and manufactured.
"We're able to reduce the use of fossil fuels with this fuel through the technology that we've generated and built over the last ten years," said Mark Dupuis, founder of Materials Lifecycle Management Co.
The company plans to open in eight weeks and is interviewing to fill positions now. The positions are manufacturing and truck driving jobs.