Bucks County Economic Development Corporation (BCEDC) is a non-profit, non-political economic development organization established in 1958 to support economic growth in Bucks County. BCEDC is a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania certified economic development agency. BCEDC offers low cost financing options for land/building, machinery and equipment. These and other incentive programs offered through BCEDC create a strong and vital economy for Bucks County and in return create and retain jobs for Bucks County residents.

BCEDC advocates existing industry retention and expansion and develops innovative programs that will lead to future economic growth. We coordinate economic development projects with County agencies and other organizations and encourage business growth in Bucks County through a variety of Federal, State and Local financing programs.

Browse this website to learn more about Bucks County and how BCEDC can help your company grow. 

Shades of Green, Inc. was awarded $400,000 PIDA loan to acquire and renovate a 109,586-square-foot building in Falls Township, approximately five miles from their current location. The building will allow the company to expand its growing green recycling operation and accept more green waste, which is processed into mulch. The facility will also allow Shades of Green to accommodate more supplies, inventory and a larger staging area for heavy equipment. Total project cost is projected to $3,250,000, and will create two new jobs and retain nine existing positions.

Jadeite Foods LLC was also awarded an $800,000,  to acquire an existing 13,790-square-foot building in Bensalem Township. An additional $400,000, was awarded for the purchase of new machinery and equipment. This will allow Jadeite Foods to produce higher volumes of tofu products than any other U.S. company east of the Mississippi. Total project cost is projected to be $4,550,000 and will create 24 new jobs.

Pendant Systems Manufacturing was awarded an $1,050,000 to acquire a 35,789 square-foot building in Bensalem Township. The building is adjacent to their current location. The new space will add current warehouse facilities and bulk material warehouse space to support the company’s projected  and future growth. The building is located in an Enterprise Zone. The total project cost is projected to be $ 2,100,000 and will create 6 new jobs.