Twenty-eight days ago, more than 40 employees at a Pennsylvania company unanimously decided to literally live at their production plant -- eating and sleeping there -- to make equipment for health care workers. While working 12-hour shifts around the clock, television and occasional drive-bys from family members were the only outside contact they had. "We're truly honored to be able to give back and support people we will never meet in some way," said operations shift supervisor Joe Boyce at Braskem America. The team makes polypropylene, a non-woven fiber used to make N95 masks, hospital gowns and sanitary wipes.

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