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Clorox to create 100 jobs in Berkeley County, West Virginia

Christian Fernsby |
Clorox Company, a manufacturer of consumer and professional products, for announced its intention to apply to construct a state-of-the-art cat litter manufacturing site in Berkeley County, West Virginia.

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If approved, the site would bring about $192 million in economic development and create approximately 100 full time jobs.

Clorox just sent a draft plan to Berkeley County officials, which is the first step in the development process for the proposed site. The company is planning several public meetings and two open houses for the local community in the coming weeks.

Berkeley County was chosen as the ideal location for the proposed facility due to the local workforce availability, nearby resources, and regional transportation infrastructure including rail.

The Clorox Company, based in Oakland, CA, is a Fortune 500 company that manufactures and sells cleaning products and household supplies under various brands.

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