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It’s not every day that a company can help a community, help the earth and help itself all at once, then win an award into the bargain. But Honeywell International pulled this feat off with its project to use federal New Market Tax Credits—designed to encourage investments in low-income communities—to upgrade a Baton Rouge, La., plant to produce a new non-ozone-depleting refrigerant.

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