A proposed concrete recycling plant in east Fort Worth has been shuttered for now. The plant would have recycling chunks of concrete, like those pictured here at Arlington’s landfill.
A proposed concrete recycling plant in east Fort Worth has been shuttered for now. The plant would have recycling chunks of concrete, like those pictured here at Arlington’s landfill. LAURIE L. WARD Star-Telegram archives
A proposed concrete recycling plant in east Fort Worth has been shuttered for now. The plant would have recycling chunks of concrete, like those pictured here at Arlington’s landfill. LAURIE L. WARD Star-Telegram archives

Plans for concrete recycling plant in east Fort Worth taken off the table

June 02, 2016 07:12 PM

UPDATED June 06, 2016 09:41 AM

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