The AmSty polystyrene plant is located in Gales Ferry, Connecticut midway between New York City and Boston, nestled on the banks of the Thames River. Polystyrene manufacturing began on the site in 1952. There are two polystyrene trains currently in operation – one was originally built in 1973, the other in 1976. Both have gone through many modernizations and upgrades.
1761 Rte 12
Gales Ferry, CT 06335
The site has earned numerous awards in a variety of areas. Some include: excellent EH&S performance, ACC Responsible Care Accreditation, WRAP Awards (Waste Reduction Always Pays), Technology Center Awards, Quality Performance Awards, and more.
STYRON™ general-purpose polystyrene resins offer consistent clarity, process ability and performance. Exceptional clarity, attractive light-transmission properties, chemical resistance and radiation stability make them well suited for a variety of applications including food packaging, lighting, packaging, dinnerware, medical ware, toys, gloss laminations and bottles.