ABOUTLearn More About Calamari Recycling Co., Inc.
Relocating Our Recycling Facility
In the 1980s, the residents of New London wished to change the landscape of their city with a different development project. So the company got shifted to Trumbull Street, utilizing railroad lines for the shipment of products.
The management team was expanded to include the owner’s son and son-in-law, Paul Calamari and Vincent Nucci.
Another Reason to Relocate Our Recycling Business
Pfizer, a corporate neighbor in the New London Waterfront Redevelopment project, desired more contiguous property. So it purchased the Trumbull Street property from the Calamari Brothers. This became the other reason for them to relocate once again in 1998.
The Final Stop for Our Recycling Facility
In 1999, Calamari relocated to neighboring Essex, CT with the founder’s grandsons, Jonathan Nucci and his brother, Joel Nucci. An auto accident took the life of Jonathan, leaving Joel to manage the business.