Mazda Motor Corp. launches its newly developed Aqua-Tech Paint System for vehicle body painting at its Ujina Plant No.1, near the auto maker’s headquarters in Hiroshima, Japan. The new water-based technology achieves the world’s highest standards for limiting emissions of volatile organic compounds contained in paint, as well as carbon-dioxide emissions generated from the energy consumed during the vehicle-painting process, the auto maker says. “The Aqua-Tech Paint System maintains the ...

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