CFC Recycling and CFC Auto Salvage, announce new owners Andrew and Alex Rice. The brothers are the second generation to lead the organizations, following in the footsteps of their parents, Tom and Karen Rice, who founded CFC Recycling in 1989.
“We are excited to continue the legacy our parents built with CFC Recycling and CFC Auto Salvage,” said Andrew Rice. “We grew up in this business and are passionate about sustainability and providing green jobs for our community.”
CFC Recycling is a full-service recycling business with locations in Tullahoma and McMinnville, Tennessee. The company employs over 80 people and they specialize in recycling metal, cardboard, paper, plastic, wood, and glass, helping to reduce waste and promote a more sustainable future.
“We are committed to providing top-notch recycling services to our customers and being a responsible steward of the environment,” said Alex Rice. “We are constantly looking for ways to innovate and improve our processes to impact our community positively.”
CFC Auto Salvage, located at 54 Recycle Dr. in Tullahoma, is a self-service auto parts business that offers a wide selection of quality used auto parts and used metal while contributing to the company’s recycling efforts.
“We’re thrilled to see our sons taking charge and continuing the heritage of CFC Recycling and CFC Auto Salvage,” voiced Tom Rice, company founder. “Since they were brought up in this industry, they’re sure to sustain the tradition of exceptional service at affordable prices.”
According to a press release from the company, CFC Recycling and CFC Auto Salvage are dedicated to promoting sustainability and creating green jobs in the community. With the new ownership, the companies look forward to growth and to positively impact the community and the environment.