Corporations: Unlikely Heroes in America’s Quest for Climate Action

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Corporations: Unlikely Heroes in America’s Quest for Climate Action

At Frito-Lay North America’s manufacturing facility in Casa Grande, Arizona, locally sourced waste is used as the primary fuel source for the biomass boiler, which heats the frying oil for potato chips. The ash produced is then used as filler for concrete.

At Frito-Lay North America’s manufacturing facility in Casa Grande, Arizona, locally sourced waste is used as the primary fuel source for the biomass boiler, which heats the frying oil for potato chips. The ash produced is then used as filler for concrete.

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Tuesday, January 31, 2017 - 9:00am

Nearly half of America’s Fortune 500 companies have set climate or renewable energy goals. And now we’re seeing the scale of their corporate targets become more aggressive. Thirty-five U.S. companies, including P&G, Walmart, PepsiCo and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have either set or committed to set science-based renewable energy and emissions targets aligned with the path recommended at the international climate talks. And more and more companies are pledging to power their operations with 100 percent renewable energy.

Read on to learn about PepsiCo's commitment to renewable energy.  

For more information regarding PepsiCo's energy initiatives click here.   

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