The Edison plant manufactures polyolefin catalysts used to serve the company's customers worldwide.
The LyondellBasell Edison Plant was built in 1929 and is located 24 miles from Newark near the Raritan River. The site manufactures catalysts for many polyolefin processes, with the majority of production being the company’s Avant ZN catalysts. This is used in the production of polypropylene plastic resins. Serving as the supplier of polyolefin catalysts to the company’s customers worldwide, the site recently expanded to increase capacity.
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Providing Economic Value
Our site is a significant contributor to the local economy by providing skilled jobs, purchasing local goods and services and by paying taxes to support local schools and government services.