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Canadian firm plans to add nearly 270 new jobs at local site (access required)

Li-Cycle, a Canadian lithium-ion battery resource recovery company, plans to create nearly 270 new jobs as part of an expansion of its U.S. operations in the Rochester area.  The new facility – known as the Rochester Hub – is currently being constructed on a 41-acre parcel of land formerly known as Eastman Business Park South in ...
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