The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority recently “authorized Honda of America Manufacturing to receive up to $210 million in Air Quality Development Revenue Bond financing” for a new paint line, according to a recent press release. The new paint shop for Acura and Honda models at the Marysville Auto Plant “will be the most energy-efficient paint line in Honda’s US automobile production network.” The OAQDA also helped reduce construction emissions at the site of the Veterans Memorial Auditorium demolition. JDM Services, LLC, the company contracted to remove concrete portions from that site, “recently closed on up to $2 million in revenue bonds” from OAQDA “to assist in covering the debt incurred in purchasing a mobile recycling plant for the collection and reprocessing of construction and demolition debris.” OAQDA works to help prevent or reduce air pollution by financing air quality facilities for businesses, government entities, utilities and universities. For more, click here for the full OAQDA Honda press release and click here for the full JDM Services press release.