State Rep. Steve Tharinger, center, cuts the ribbon Thursday morning during a ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorating the opening of the Composite Recycling Technology Center at 2220 W. 18th St. in Port Angeles. From left are Nathan West, Port Angeles Community and Economic Development director; Port Angeles Mayor Patrick Downey; David Walter, CRTC board chair; Connie Beauvais, Port of Port Angeles District 3 commissioner; Tharinger; Norm Nelson, Peninsula College advanced manufacturing and composites instructor; Robert Larsen, CRTC CEO; and Luke Robins, Peninsula College president. (Chris McDaniel/Peninsula Daily News)

Ribbon cut on Composite Recycling Technology Center in Port Angeles

The CRTC was called the world’s first facility to develop carbon fiber composite scrap materials into products.

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