Badin Business Park

Badin Business Park is a business park located on the site of a former aluminum smelter operated by Alcoa in Stanly County. The 130-acre site has been described as one of the best industrial sites available in North Carolina due to the extensive infrastructure already in place.

Electronic Recyclers International, the world’s largest recycler of electronic waste, signed on as the park’s inaugural tenant in 2011. Badin Business Park has since added several new tenants, including Custom Alloy Corp., which signed a long-term lease in 2021 to produce critical components for U.S. Navy submarines and aircraft carriers at the site.

Badin Business Park continues working closely with local and state economic developers to attract additional companies to Badin.

A Commitment to Protecting Badin Lake

Badin Business Park is situated directly across from Badin Lake, a popular spot for residents and visitors to enjoy boating, fishing and swimming. We are committed to protecting the lake for future generations.

We work closely with state and federal officials to manage environmental issues associated with the former manufacturing site. Measurable progress has been made to resolve these issues and protect the water quality in Badin Lake.

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Badin Business Park is committed to serving our community. Whether you are a prospective business looking for an industrial site or a local resident with a question about the site, we look forward to the opportunity to answer your questions.

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