Divert Inc. has broken ground on its integrated diversion and energy facility in Longview, Washington, the first of its kind in the state. The new facility will have the capacity to process 100,000 tons of food waste per year from Washington and Oregon into carbon-negative renewable energy, bringing the region closer to its goals to reduce food waste and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Turlock’s new Amazon fulfillment center is another step closer to opening as the online retailing giant holds an in-person hiring event this week.
Job seekers are invited to apply for a variety of hourly positions with the e-commerce company Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the new warehouse site at 3200 Fulkerth Road in Turlock.
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