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Credentials

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Acacia Industries has a strong working partnership with Lee Rubber Company (Pte) Limited (Lee Rubber). Lee Rubber had commended us for our technical experience and excellent product with good quality control over our raw materials that are very low in dirt, ash, and nitrogen and volatile.  We expect to maintain our strong partnership with Lee Rubber moving forward.[/swmsc_text_block][gap size=”30px” id=”” class=”” style=””][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][swmsc_font color=”” size=”25″ line_height=”30″ weight=”normal” id=”” class=”ecoworld-heading-font center uppercase” style=””]

Authorities and Tropical Reforestation

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