Waste Revelation Investing $1.2M in Valparaiso, Indiana
"With clients across the country and in Canada, being centrally located in Indiana is accommodating for travel and also provides a much more cost effective location for business than other potential locations," said Cole Doolittle, Waste Revelation owner. "I look forward to growing the business in my hometown of Valparaiso."
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has offered Waste Revelation up to $100,000 in performance-based tax credits. The company may also receive tax abatement from the city of Valparaiso.
The company will renovate more than 12,600 square feet of a vacant building in Valparaiso. It plans to move into the facility this summer.
Waste Revelation audits waste-handling procedures across the food processing, steel fabrication, manufacturing, and commercial distribution industries. Its clients include Flowers Foods, Sherwin Williams, the PGA, American Airlines, Owens Corning, and Westinghouse.
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