AmSty is headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, located just outside of Houston. Although we do not have plant operations located here, we are very involved with the community and focused on educating the public about polystyrene. We participate in several annual events focused on community recycling events, and health and wellness.
Our Allyn’s Point plant is located in Gales Ferry, Connecticut, midway between New York City and Boston, on the banks of the Thames River. Preserving the natural resources and quality of life for this community is a top priority for its citizens and for AmSty.
As the first polystyrene production facility in Latin America, we have been sensitive to the needs of the community and surrounding environment. We continually strive to achieve greater levels of energy conservation at our facility, and collaborate on ways to enhance the community through education and opportunity.
The AmSty Hanging Rock polystyrene plant is located in Ironton, Ohio on the banks of the Ohio River. The polystyrene plant began operations in 1968 and became an AmSty asset in April 2008. Ironton is a city of opportunity and offers direct access to the river, railroad and major highways. This close-knit community host a number of major events throughout the year.
The AmSty Joliet polystyrene plant is located east of the Des Plaines River in Channahon, Illinois, approximately 40 miles southwest of Chicago. As part of a protected prairie ecosystem, AmSty works diligently alongside the community to protect and preserve this natural resource.
Located on State Route 7 south of the city of Marietta, Ohio, this AmSty plant has been in operation since 1955. Together we work with the community and other groups to promote education regarding topics such as hazardous waste collection, polystyrene usage and recycling, and more.
St. James Parish, Louisiana, is a small community nestled along the Mississippi River, which runs through the parish. On the west bank of the river sits the AmSty St. James plant, which was has been in operation since 1971. St. James is rich in tradition and culture, and we work closely with the community to preserve this.
Located just outside Los Angeles, the AmSty Torrance plant has been in operation since 1953. We are always working to reduce energy costs, and have received numerous responsible care awards for performance.