Recycling Firm Has Plans For Rogers Warehouse

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A Florida company plans a recycling facility at 1300 N. Dixieland Road in Rogers, although few details have been released.

City planners recently approved a request by Nextlife Enterprises LLC, based in Boca Raton, for a conditional use permit “to allow recycling and/or reclamation” at the Dixieland address. shows the property, south of West Easy Street, is a 252,000-SF warehouse built in 2007. The area is zoned for heavy industrial use.

Nextlife makes plastic resins from recycled materials for a wide variety of applications, including consumer and commercial products. The company also helps other businesses with their own recycling initiatives and marketing strategies.

Besides its Florida headquarters, Nextlife has a recycling center in Frankfort, Ky.

Steve Cox, director of economic development with the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, said he couldn’t comment on Nextlife’s plans for the warehouse space until the company makes an official announcement.