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Building supply co. to open facility in Boise, bring over 100 jobs

The AZEK Company announced plans Thursday to open a new manufacturing facility in Boise.

The company uses plastic waste, recycled wood, and scraps to create its products for both commercial and residential outdoor projects including decking, railing, and trim.

“Their history in manufacturing innovative and sustainable products with a focus on limiting waste and advancing recycling capabilities is a perfect match for Idaho’s business culture and environmental priorities,” Idaho Governor Brad Little said.

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Over the next year, The AZEK Company said it plans to bring at least 80 jobs to Boise and 100 more in the next two to three years.

“We’re excited to partner with the state of Idaho and the city of Boise and support their forward-looking commitment to addressing climate change, while strengthening AZEK’s geographic presence in the region, bringing new manufacturing jobs to the community, and meeting the strong demand for our beautiful, low-maintenance and sustainable outdoor living products for years to come,” AZEK CEO Jesse Singh said.

With headquarters in Chicago, the company currently has eight other manufacturing facilities in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota.

For more information on The AZEK Company and its products, click here.

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Anna Daly Gamboa is a reporter for BoiseDev. She's an Emmy-wining former producer, and a professor at the College of Western Idaho. Contact her at [email protected].

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