HANOVER TOWNSHIP — Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that Re-Match, an international recycler of artificial turf fields, has chosen Luzerne County as the location of its first North American recycling facility, investing nearly $12.2 million in the project and creating approximately 40 new, full-time jobs.

Re-Match will lease an existing 53,040-square-foot office building in Hanover Township to establish its first North American facility. As part of its renovation plans, the company will add 67,400-square-feet to the long-dormant office building and convert it to a state-of-the-art recycling facility.

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