Titan America has announced that Roanoke Cement has earned the EPA’s ENERGY STAR certification for the tenth consecutive year, while its Pennusuco plant has received it for the ninth year.
Titan America has implemented a series of processes that enable Titan employees to maintain and improve energy performance. Three of Titan’s largest facilities operate the Titan Energy Management System, which enables employees to systematically manage total consumption of all energy sources.
This program, which addresses the energy performance standard ISO 50001, also ensures that the company’s business operations are as efficient as possible, increases plant reliability and supports Titan’s operational goals.
“At Titan America we are passionate about continuously developing efficient, sustainable operating practices.” said Bill Zarkalis, Titan America’s CEO. “Titan’s EnMS program is an excellent example of innovation and of our commitment to make our business operations more efficient, while contributing as much as we can to make the locations in which we operate better places to live and work. We are very proud of this recognition, but we do not take it for granted. We are poised to continue our efforts.”
“We are extremely proud of the Energy Star certifications we have earned over the past decade,” commented George Pantazopoulos, Senior Vice President of Titan America Cement Operations and Corporate Engineering. “We also consider this milestone to be a catalyst for reinvigorating our teams and increasing our efforts. We have no doubt that we can gain further efficiencies in our manufacturing processes using the EnMS program.”
“The EnMS program is scheduled to be fully operational by 3Q 2017,” reported Chris Bayne, Titan America’s Corporate Energy Manager and director of the EnMS program. “We organised teams to oversee the program at our three main facilities. Roberto Duran will lead the Pennsuco Aggregates Plant team, Sonny Cruz will lead the Roanoke Cement Plant team and Diwakar Mishra will lead the team at Pennsuco Cement.” Bayne also noted that the implementation teams would routinely incorporate energy management practices into the daily operations of Titan’s manufacturing facilities. Titan is targeting a reduction in total energy consumption of 3%, year-over-year.
Adapted from press release by Rebecca Bowden
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/22082016/titan-plants-receive-energy-star-123/
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