BENNINGTON, N.H.—Monadnock Paper Mills has joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Climate Leaders program.
By participating in this program, the paper mill is pledging to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
This industry/government partnership program helps companies develop climate change strategies. Businesses complete a corporate-wide inventory of their GHG emissions based on a third-party audited environmental management system. They must also set aggressive reduction goals and report their progress annually to the EPA.
"The goals of the Climate Leaders program are very much in line with Monadnock's core beliefs," said Richard Verney, Monadnock chairman and CEO, in a released statement. "Monadnock has a long history of using clean, renewable energy and of continuously improving our environmental footprint. Joining the Climate Leaders program is a natural extension of our commitment to the environment."
Monadnock manufactures all of its printing and packaging papers using 100% renewable energy through its on-site, low-impact hydroelectric facilities. Contact: www.mpm.com
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