Zotos International Breaks Ground on $7M Wind Project in Geneva, New York
"This is truly a historic day, not only for Zotos as a company, but for Geneva as a community, and our nation as a leader in the global, green economy," said Anthony Perdigao, vice president of plant operations at Zotos. "With this wind project - the largest of any manufacturer in the U.S. and a first in the beauty industry - Zotos is leading the way toward a better, cleaner, more prosperous future for our children and grandchildren."
Zotos is a hair care product manufacturer and wholly owned subsidiary of the Japanese cosmetics company Shiseido.
Funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will provide 30 percent of the project's costs.
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