- Associated Press - Thursday, July 24, 2014

VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) - Polyvulc USA Inc. has hired a firm to sell its recycling and injection molding facilities in Mississippi and Louisiana.

Heritage Equity Partners is helping with the sale of the Vicksburg-based company and its subsidiaries, Polyvulc Tire Recycling LLC, a tire shredding facility in Jackson, Mississippi; and Winnsboro Rubber Recycling LLC, a crumb rubber plant in Winnsboro, Louisiana.

The companies were founded in 1995 by Fred Farrell and Larry Lambiotte, who also founded, built and eventually sold Falco Lime to Mississippi Lime in 2003.

Matt LoCascio, a managing director at HEP, says in a news release the owners hope to complete the sale in 45 days.

LoCascio says Winnsboro is one of only four permitted facilities in Louisiana, and Polyvulc Tire Recycling is one of only two in Mississippi.

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