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Niagara Falls cleanup company seeks tax break for new plant

National Vacuum Environmental Services Corp. applied to the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency on Wednesday for a 15-year incentive package for a planned new $2.66 million facility on 56th Street in Niagara Falls.

The company, whose primary business is industrial and environmental cleanups, is located in a 47th Street building it plans to sell to the nearby Cascades paper mill.

Besides receiving a property tax reduction, National Vacuum would be exempted from sales tax on building materials and equipment for the new 20,000-square-foot plant. The NCIDA estimated that the incentive package would be worth $847,000 over 15 years.

The expansion would add 10 jobs to the firm's current roster of 38 employees in Niagara County and 23 at sites in Rochester and Queensbury. The NCIDA is expected to vote on the project Feb. 14.

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