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Published on Thursday, 19 November 2015

Huntsman’s Mexican plant aims high on sustainability

Written by Brett Mathews

Colorful test tubes close-up — Photo by belchonock

SINGAPORE - Dyes and chemicals company, Huntsman Textile Effects, says it is aiming to make Huntsman Atoto - its primary manufacturing facility in the Americas, based in Mexico – a "zero liquid discharge facility in the future." Huntsman Atoto recently celebrated its 50th birthday. Since opening in 1965 with 44 employees, the Atoto plant has expanded its production capacity and capability and built a global reputation for manufacturing excellence.


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