Great things are happening in Mississippi! The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality’s (MDEQ) March newsletter features environmental news regarding one company mentoring another to become an enHance program member. The MDEQ enHance program recognizes environmental leaders in Mississippi that make a commitment to address and achieve ongoing environmental improvements.
This month’s focus is Hol-Mac Corporation’s
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Southeast Florida – In support of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s vision of creating strong community partnerships, safeguarding Florida’s natural resources and enhancing its ecosystems, DEP’s Southeast District (SED) has developed a new Superior Excellence Distinction Award Program to recognize an organization’s exceptional achievements in environmental stewardship, ensuring responsible use and protection of natural
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Launched by the Department for Environmental Protection in 2006, KY EXCEL is a free, voluntary program open to any individual, organization, community or business that acts to improve Kentucky’s diverse and unique environment through environmental leadership. EXCEL members go above and beyond the state’s environmental requirements.
In the past year, the program has expanded to
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Nissan North America in Mississippi, another enHance program partner, upgraded the controls on the chillers at its Canton Utilities Plant – the largest chiller plant in Mississippi. It supplies the Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant with chilled water, and is comprised of several large chillers, condenser water pumps, secondary chiller water pumps and air compressors.
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Great things are happening in Mississippi! The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality’s (MDEQ) January newsletter features exciting environmental news regarding education and the auto industry.
A campaign by the Rankin County School District to reduce energy consumption in its buildings has earned 25 of its 28 schools the prestigious ENERGY STAR designation for superior energy
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