SterAssure Processing Invests $2.2 Million Plans Operations Center In Greenville, South Carolina
To establish its corporate operations in Greenville County, SterAssure has purchased an existing building, located inside the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center at 4 Augusta Arbor Way in Greenville. The facility is expected to be fully operational in the third quarter of 2016.
A South Carolina-based start-up, SterAssure provides a variety of regulated biomedical waste collection services. Operating throughout the State of South Carolina, SterAssure’s clients include funeral homes, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, as well as environmental waste companies.
“We are excited to call Greenville our home, and I am grateful to those individuals who went above and beyond on our behalf. Sincere thanks as well to those organizations who have given us the opportunity to serve, and I look forward to building lasting partnerships throughout the state,” said SterAssure President Mike McCuen.
“SterAssures’s continued growth and success in South Carolina is a testament to our world-class workforce, and to the business-friendly environment we’ve worked so hard to create here. This investment, and the 25 new jobs it will create, is a huge win for Greenville County and is a reason to celebrate across the state,” added Governor Nikki Haley.
“SterAssure is a wonderful example of classic entrepreneurship and hard work that creates value in the marketplace. Greenville is so pleased and appreciative of the investment and job creation SterAssure provides to the local economy,” Greenville Area Development Corporation Chairman Dick Wilkerson said.
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