Nulife Glass to invest $5.9 million to establish first Virginia operation
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Nulife Glass will invest $5.9 million to establish its first Virginia operation in the City of Bristol. A Manchester, England-based company, Nulife provides a complete and sustainable recycling service for all types of cathode ray tube (CRT) glass. This unique solution extracts lead from the leaded glass fraction in CRTs, found in televisions and computer monitors. Virginia successfully competed against Ohio and Pennsylvania for the project, which will create 46 new jobs.
“Nulife Glass’ new operation in the City of Bristol is a great win for Southwest Virginia,” said Maurice Jones, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade. “The company will not only create new jobs, but it will put a formerly vacant facility back into productive use. The current demand for Nulife’s technology is very high, and this competitive project demonstrates that Virginia has a world class business environment, tremendous workforce and many other great assets.”