- Two 415-foot wind turbines at the company's largest global manufacturing facility in Mount Pleasant, Wis., which will produce about 8 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity annually. Combined with the two cogeneration turbines at the facility that have been in place since the mid-2000s, this facility is now able to produce an average of 100 percent of its electrical energy onsite.
- In Indonesia, the company uses waste palm shells as a fuel source to heat water for mosquito coil production at its manufacturing facility in Medan. By transferring a waste product back into the value chain, the company has cut GHG emissions at this facility by more than 15 percent. And in Surabaya, a biofuel initiative uses waste husks from rice grains as a fuel source, rather than diesel fuel. This initiative is expected to generate 6 million kcal per hour to heat water used in mosquito coil production, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 7,090 metric tons per year.
- In Shanghai China, several solar projects help provide hot water heating. One provides hot water for food service and other office needs. And solar-heated waste water from the facility's steam piping network aids aerosol production. The quality control lab uses solar-heated water as well.
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