Sutera USA, a firm specializing in semi underground waste and recycling collection systems, will establish operations at 55 Commerce Center in Greenville, South Carolina. The company is investing $2 million in the facility, creating 20 new jobs in the Upstate.
The firm produces a semi underground waste and recycling collection system that reinvents and revolutionizes waste industry in the United States. Established in 2013 and headquartered in the Upstate, Sutera’s product features locally-produced standard precast concrete wells, PVC-coated polyester fabric six cubic-yard bags, several lid options and a fully-customizable visible exterior. As a rapidly growing firm, the company also operates a regional sales office in Ontario, Canada.
“Sutera USA is pleased to demonstrate our continued commitment to South Carolina and the surrounding area by focusing in Greenville the development of our semi underground waste and recyclable material containment systems. Our innovative alternative technology offers critical solutions for containment; the first stage in responsible waste and recycling management programs. We are excited to see that the Sutera technology and our associated servicing activities are in complete harmony and supportive of the growing regional recycling industry,” said Sutera President Bernie Melloul.
“The fact that Sutera has decided to expand operations at its Greenville headquarters is a huge win for South Carolina, and we couldn’t be more excited to watch this company continue to succeed here, ” Governor Nikki Haley said.