McWane, Inc. announces P2C winner

| October 26, 2017

COSHOCTON – Each year McWane, Inc. conducts a Pollution Prevention Challenge (P2C) asking employees from around the world to submit projects that decrease the company’s environmental footprint. This year 32 entries were received corporate wide. Finalists presented on Oct. 12, before a panel of judges and McWane Ductile Ohio was awarded first place. Their project eliminated almost 90 tons of greenhouse gases per year, 30 tons of landfill waste, and more than 850 hours of labor per year not to mention increased worker safety and morale. Pictured from left in row one are: Terry Crozier, Jim Wright, Anthony West, Jan Ickes; and in back are – Cortes Poland, Nick Garrett, and James Finton.

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