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Ecolab building new 51,000-square-foot facility in Eagan

But the $10 million facility won't come with any new jobs, Patch reports. Much of the new space will be devoted to training, with additional space to house the company's growing research operations.
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But the $10 million facility won't come with any new jobs, Patch reports. Much of the new space will be devoted to training, with additional space to house the company's growing research operations.

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