The Morris Facility proudly displayed the American Flag on a large crane near Rt. 6 for those driving by on Veteran’s Day!
The Stan’s Donut truck of Chicago made an appearance at the Morris Plant. Employees and contractors were treated to a donut and coffee/hot chocolate as part of a safety milestone. “It all comes down to one important factor: our people,” said Randy Tatum site manager. “We all come through our doors every single day with […]
Working with the City of Clinton, the LyondellBasell Clinton Plant provided an outreach grant for two refillable water bottle stations to be installed in downtown Clinton. The stations accommodate refilling of a water bottle, causing less waste. To help tackle some of the world’s most pressing challenges, LyondellBasell is focused on three transformational areas: helping […]
Working with We Care of Grundy County three local families have been adopted by the Morris Plant for Christmas. Employees can take a slip off the tree and purchase the gift item requested. In addition, coats, gloves and hats will be provided to a local school to keep children warm this winter season!
The Morris United Way Team came together to kick off activities that encourages employees to give where they live. United Way is a network of nearly 1,400 local organizations working to advance the common good by focusing on education, income, and health. LyondellBasell and United Way believe that investing in our communities helps us advance […]
Coming together through a virtual townhall event, the employees of the Cincinnati Technology Center celebrated 30 years with CEO Bob Patel and Ken Lane, executive vice president, Global Olefins & Polyolefins for LyondellBasell. Employees were treated to pizza, a cupcake and commemorative paperweight.