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Acrylic polymers are additives used to improve the properties (Impact Modifiers) and processing (Process Aids) of a wide variety of plastic items. Impact Modifiers improve the impact resistance of PVC compounds used in pipe, siding, fencing, decking, windows, and trim. Process Aids improve the productivity, quality, and cost of producing these same products in addition to film, sheet, bottles, and packaging. The site also manufactures PEKK, a lightweight, high-performance thermoplastic used for aerospace or other demand applications. In addition to these chemistries, the plant operates and maintains two tin-based chemistry production units for PMC Organometallix.

Visit the Additives website for more information.

Key figures for 2021

Number of employees


Local economic impact (payroll/utility/property taxes paid annually)

$18 million

Investment in the community

  • Recipient of Arkema's Social Media Award (highest level of community involvement among Arkmea sites in the Americas) in 2020 and 2021.


Safety record
  • 4 years without a lost-time injury

Our commitment to safety and the environment

  • The plant is equipped with state-of-the-art environmental monitoring and controls, including a wastewater treatment plant that can treat more than one million gallons of water each day.
  • Responsible Care® Participant – an industry-wide initiative among members of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) to demonstrate a continuing commitment to health, safety, and the environment.

Community involvement

  • McDavid-Jones Elementary School Partners-In-Education Program – The plant is a participant in the Mobile County School System’s "Partners-in-Education" (PIE) program since its inception in 1990.  The program was created to form working relationships between individual public schools and local businesses, government, volunteer, and civic leaders.
  • LeMoyne Community Advisory Panel (CAP) - Representatives from the plant meet regularly with members of the community and representatives of other companies, to work together to help the LeMoyne area grow, develop and be fully informed of chemical manufacturing in the area.
  • LeMoyne Industrial Park Annual Community Day – Annual event provides the opportunity for the community to meet plant workers and management and allows member companies to show their appreciation for the strong support of the local community.
  • Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP) – A local environmental collaboration between industry and community.
  • Mobile Chamber of Commerce Partners for Growth member and active supporter of the Chamber.
  • Science Teachers Program – The Mobile plant is a participant in Arkema’s annual innovative, hands-on science program. The program was designed to mentor and help equip local area elementary teachers with new methods of stimulating scientific interest for their students.
  • American Cancer Society annual chili cook-off
  • Central Gulf Industrial Alliance (CGIA)
  • Mobile Community Action Headstart program
  • LeMoyne Emergency Medical Service
  • Life South blood drives
  • Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
  • Manufacture Alabama
  • Southwest Alabama Workforce Development Council (SAWDC)
  • United Way®

The Arkema Group, through its Common Ground® program, is committed to building relationships between our Company and its communities. Community relations enable the Group to open up its sites to the outside world and establish genuine relations of trust with all its stakeholders.

United Way is a registered trademark of United Way Council of America. Responsible Care® is a registered trademark of the American Chemistry Council.
Last updated: June 2022