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Honda to Spend $165 Million for Greener Facilities

Honda will spend $165 million by 2009 to make two of its coating facilities in North America more environmentally friendly, helping them comply with U.S. air pollution regulations, Forbes reports.

Production lines at the company’s Marysville plant in Ohio and its facility in Canada will shift to the use of water-based paint for the intermediate and final coating stages.

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