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Eastman Offers New Scented Pebbles

December 9, 2005

Eastman Chemical Company, Kingsport, TN, has added the new Eastman Café coffee-scented cellulosic pebble to its Material Difference sampling program, which launched earlier this year. The scented cellulosic materials give designers the opportunity to include the sense of smell into their work. Each pebble is made of two fitted halves, allowing the designer to mix colors or share the sample with a client. The scented pebbles were designed in collaboration with Rotuba Extruders, Linden, NJ. More info: Website: www.eastmaninnovationlab.com.
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