Austin-based Smarter Sorting relocates to new East Side headquarters

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Austin-based Smarter Sorting, a technology company that helps customers develop ways to reuse regulated products such as paint and aerosols that would otherwise be regulated as waste, relocated Aug. 1 to a new 2,500-square-foot headquarters at 2900 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin.

It was previously located in the Galvanize coworking space at 119 Nueces St., Austin.

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