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Snipping a ceremonial ribbon of steel
Photos by Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
ABOVE: Waterloo Town Manager DeWayne Nodine, right, presents a certificate to Danny Rifkin, president and CEO of MetalX, on Wednesday during a ceremony marking the opening of the scrap recycling business.
LEFT: MetalX cuts a steel beam ribbon during the ceremony. The company expects to employ up to 250 within two years.