Auditing Energy and Waste Practices Enables Ongoing Savings at Ingersoll Rand Plant

Nov 20, 2013 9:00 AM ET

Employees at Ingersoll Rand’s manufacturing, office and warehouse complex in Vignate implemented processes to save energy and reduce waste. Their actions stemmed from identifying the business benefits of improved efficiencies, wanting to comply with or exceed international, local and Ingersoll Rand standards, and seeing value for employees. The plant's emloyee "Green Team" has initiated several high-impact projects that their co-workers have embraced, including routine inspections and audits that empower employees in all areas to reduce energy use and waste. Read summary of actions, employee engagement, and ongoing results achieved...

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Christopher Tessier, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability at Ingersoll Rand
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