Scottsdale, Ariz., January 31, 2014– Rep. Schweikert (R-AZ) joined U.S. Sen. Lee (R-UT), Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, Phoenix Councilman Jim Waring, and Hon. Hank Habicht, former Deputy Attorney General and former Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency in the grand opening of RDX Technologies Corporation newest facility in Scottsdale Friday afternoon.
RDX CEO Dennis Danzik: "We’re expecting to see an influx of over 80 high paying jobs here in Arizona as a result of this expansion. With an international outreach to multiple countries across the world, I have high hopes we will continue our growth and investment in this technology within the energy sector here in Scottsdale."
Congressman David Schweikert: "It is such a pleasure to be here today to celebrate and honor the opening of a facility that is participating in such a unique field. I am ecstatic to see technology like RDX’s make a home here in Arizona."
Senator Mike Lee: “When I look at RDX I see the environment being made cleaner and I see hard working men and women who actually have a chance to climb the economic ladder in America. When government stays out of the way and allows those things to function, things like this can happen.”
Congressman David Schweikert is Chair of the House Science, Space, and Technologies Subcommittee on Environment and a member of the House Committee on Small Business.
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