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BASF Wins Ohio Chemistry Technology Council Award

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May 12, 2016—BASF announced Wednesday that its facility in Whitehouse, Ohio, received the Eagle Award for Excellence for exceptional performance in environmental, health, safety and security from the Ohio Chemistry Technology Council (OCTC) at its 38th annual conference in Columbus, Ohio. 

“Safety is a key pillar of BASF,” BASF technical director Paul Marshall said. “Winning this award validates the commitment BASF has to the safety and health of our employees and community.” 

Additionally, BASF employee Karl Schnapp, recently retired manager of site and administrative services, received an Eagle Award for Distinguished Service honoring his more than 20 years of service to the OCTC.

“Through Karl’s leadership, OCTC has become the key advocacy group for the chemical industry in Ohio,” OCTC president Jennifer Klein said. “He helped shape OCTC into the robust, vibrant organization it is today. We honor him for his dedication to BASF and the chemical industry.”

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