PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen's new paint shop at its Mulhouse plant has the first application in Europe of a powder primer. The new primer results in a 25% reduction in water discharge and a reduction in the amount of volatile organic compounds reaching the atmosphere. The $230 million paint shop should be operational this fall. The current paint shop will continue to operate in parallel for about a year before being demolished (see related story: Hot PSA Earmarks $1 Billion to Keep ...

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