What you need to know about Aztec suntanning

Aztec solar tanning has been a controversial industry for a long time.

The company that invented it in 1846 was originally called the Sun Company of the Philippines, and it started producing it in the 1950s.

The technology involved using a powerful, patented electric sun tube that converts solar energy into electrical energy.

Today, it is used to make clothing, cosmetics, electrical gadgets, and solar panels.

The process is slow and painstaking.

According to the International Labor Organization, the majority of people who are treated for sun tanner’s burn suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome.

But for many, it can be a way of life.

Aztec workers were also known to work long hours, and the company’s sun tannery is a major employer.

The factory is located on the edge of the city of Pangasinan, in a remote area of southern Philippines.

The sun factory tannery’s workers are not allowed to speak English.

However, one of the workers told Al Jazeera that he has learned the language by watching the sun factory’s workers speak in English.

The workers in the factory, known as the Aztec Sun Tanning Company, are often on the job for weeks at a time.

Most of the time, they work 24-hour shifts, making the sun tanners’ work days.

According the factory’s website, the sun factories work on a schedule that starts at 6am to 7am.

It’s not uncommon for workers to work 12 hours in a day, or even seven hours, according to one worker who spoke to Al Jazeera.

But some workers have gone as far as to work until 3am in the middle of the night.

They work on the sun tubes, which contain thousands of electric motors, before moving on to the next job.

A worker who has worked in the Aztecs sun factory said that he had to work on one tube for 18 hours a day.

In the Aztek sun factory, which has a staff of more than 2,000, workers must wear specially made suits to avoid sunburn.

Many workers in Aztec are forced to wear suits for fear of exposure.

They also face physical and verbal abuse.

There are some workers who wear suits to escape the work conditions.

However it’s also common for workers in these factories to wear shorts and a tank top to avoid the sun.

The Aztec factories, which are run by the Aztique Corporation, are notorious for their high turnover rate.

The turnover rate at Aztec is around 3,000 workers, according the website.

According a 2012 report by the World Bank, the Azteles turnover rate for 2012 was nearly 20,000 per month.

A recent article in Business Insider said that the company had a turnover of more more than 1 million dollars a month.

The Sun Factory is one of two companies in the Philippines that produce solar panels, and is one the largest solar tanneries in the world.

The other is Sun Manufacturing Company, which is one in the United States.

Sun Manufacturing is owned by a Chinese company, Solar Group.

Sun factories produce solar modules for solar energy companies in China, Australia, and Japan.

They are also one of several companies that produce and sell solar panels to the United Kingdom.

There is currently no word from the government on the cause of the worker’s burns, but local media reports have suggested that the workers suffered from a combination of physical and psychological trauma.

The two factories also produce solar power modules that can be sold online.

In addition to its own factory, Sun Manufacturing also owns factories in the US, China, and Indonesia.

But the two factories are owned by two different Chinese companies, Sun Technology Group and Sun Industry Group.

In 2016, the Philippine government announced a crackdown on corruption in the sector.

The government launched the Anti-Corruption Commission in 2015.

The agency launched an investigation into Sun Tech Group, which had been operating as a subsidiary of Sun Technology Corp. since 2009.

The Philippines has been hit with an estimated $1.4 billion in graft in the past five years.

The investigation into the factory found that it was operating illegally, violating the Philippines Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.

According in a 2016 article in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the company received more than $1 million in illegal payments from an Aztec tanner in 2013.

However in February of this year, the PNP announced a reduction in fines for graft.

The commission said it was working to crack down on corruption and corruption-related offences.

The Philippine government has also increased enforcement against the industry in the country.

In September of 2016, then-President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law a new anti-graft law that requires the P5.6 trillion (US$3.4 trillion) in funds from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be invested in the national energy sector.

According this law, the country will need to invest an additional