NextLife to Open Recycling Plant, HQ in Rogers, Hire 350 People

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NextLife Asset Recovery Services will open a corporate headquarters and processing plant in Rogers, it announced Wednesday.

The operation will employ 350 and will be located in an existing 252,000-SF facility at 1300 North Dixieland Road. The plant will employ 340 and 10 employees will man the corporate office. Details of the transaction that secured the building weren’t released, but the company worked with state and local officials to make it happen.

NextLife recycles “post-consumer plastics into an environmentally sustainable resin that can be used to manufacture new consumer plastic items,” which is what the Rogers plant will do, according to a news release. NextLife Recovery is part of NextLife Enterprises, based in Boca Raton, Fla.

NextLife officials said they’ve already secured agreements with several companies to supply post-consumer plastic waste from the Rogers plant. Click here to read the full story from our partners at

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