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SC Johnson Joins Mexico's Wind Farm Program To Increase Renewable Energy Use At Toluca Factory

February 12, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
SC Johnson said it has joined the wind farm program of Mexico’s Comision Federal de Electricidad. Part of the company’s efforts to increase its sustainability, SC Johnson’s participation in the program will allow it to increase its use of renewable energy by 65 percent to about 86 percent of total power use at its facility in Toluca, Mexico. Also, it will decrease the facility’s greenhouse gas emissions by 57 percent. Other sustainability initiatives of the company include the use of wind turbines at its largest manufacturing facility in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, and the use of waste palm shells as a fuel source to heat water for mosquito coil production at its Medan facility in Indonesia.
"SC Johnson Mexico to Use Wind Energy to Produce Trusted Household Products like Glade and Pledge", SC Johnson, February 12, 2013, © S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC.
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