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Wistron GreenTech Corp. will be renovating a 209,000-square-foot facility in McKinney, Texas, and investing over $21 million over the next several years to develop the site into an "electronics recycling hub." The facility will eventually include operations to chemically recover precious metals from circuit board scrap and will employ between 80-120 workers. Wistron expects to move into the facility next January.

The National Association for Information Destruction says it is training its first dedicated Certified Protection Professional to conduct NAID AAA audits in East Asia. The new Hong Kong-based position joins just 12 other auditors in North America, one in Europe and one in Australia. The move is part of NAID's continuing expansion into Asia.

Dlubak Glass says it will increase processing prices for CRT tubes, due to high amount of broken tubes the company is receiving. The new prices of 17 cents per pound will apply to all shipments arriving on or after Oct. 29.

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