LyondellBasell's Bayport Complex in Pasadena, Texas, US, has commemorated 50 years of operation at its propylene oxide plant and provided an update on their role in the company's most significant capital project to date, the construction of the largest propylene oxide (PO), tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA) plant in the world.
"Today we are proud to celebrate a half century of operations, and our talented and dedicated colleagues who laid the foundation for our success," said Stephen Goff, LyondellBasell Bayport Complex site manager. "We continue to be propelled by the support of our neighbors, our values, and the generations of employees who came before us."
In addition to the 50th anniversary ceremony, the complex marked the milestone by furthering the company's support of advancing education with a donation of books to La Porte ISD's Bayshore Elementary School through The Astros Foundation Literacy Bus Program and a donation of books and backpacks to Dickinson ISD's Kenneth E. Little Elementary School through the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation's My Home Library Program. Bayport also announced plans for employees to partner with Trees for Houston to plant 50 trees in the local community in honor of 50 years of operations.
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