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LG ENERGY STAR Front-Load Washing Machines Capture Largest U.S. Market Share for Ninth Consecutive Year

LG Electronics Leads Industry With One-Quarter of All U.S. Front-Load Washer Sales at Leading Retailers
Press Release

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., January 28, 2016 /3BL Media/ - For the ninth consecutive year, LG Electronics is the number one front-load washing machine brand in the highly competitive U.S. market, according to 2015 data from the Stevenson Company, a leading market research firm. In fact, the data shows that LG ENERGY STAR® certified front-load washing machines comprised more than 25 percent of all washers sold during 2015 in major U.S. retail stores such as Best Buy, Home Depot and Lowe’s, more than any other brand.

Eastman Spotlighted in New ACI Sustainability Report

The American Cleaning Institute recently spotlighted Eastman in its 2015 Sustainability Report for the company’s continued commitment to environmental stewardship, economic growth and social responsibility.
Press Release

December 7, 2015 /3BL Media/ - At Eastman, sustainability is at the heart of our growth strategy. We are focused on delivering innovative, sustainable products that meet the needs of a changing world while maintaining sustainable operations and making a difference in the communities where with work and live.

General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - December 2015



Chevrolet Meets Community-Based Carbon-Reduction Goal

Chevrolet over the last five years has prevented 8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the earth’s atmosphere, roughly equivalent to the COemissions from the annual energy used in every home in Detroit.

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GM’s Team of Energy Stars


The hard work and dedication of GM’s energy managers have helped us realize $435 million in energy savings. During the last 20 years, they’ve helped mobilize their teams and, as a result, reduced energy intensity by 40 percent and carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent at GM’s facilities in the U.S.

An ongoing, long-standing partnership with the U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR program has helped drive this progress.

General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - November 2015


General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter

November 2015



National Energy Month Spurs Action at GM

GM’s Energy Stars: Tom Quinn, Spring Hill Manufacturing


All this week, we will be recognizing employees from our U.S. facilities who have helped GM realize $435 million in energy savings by reducing energy intensity by 40 percent and carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent over the last 20 years.

Name: Tom Quinn

Title: Energy Conservation Engineer

Facility: Spring Hill Manufacturing

Length of time with GM: 7 years

1. What led you to pursue a career in energy management?

ENERGY STAR: Changing the Energy Conservation Conversation


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s mission for more than four decades has been to protect the environment and communities from harmful pollution. So far, great advances have been made in cleaning up our air, water and land. Pollution controls for vehicle and factory emissions have created cleaner operating conditions. But more can be done. All of us can prevent pollution through simple actions we can take every day. After all, the simplest way to remove pollution is to prevent it in the first place!

Celebrating ENERGY STAR Day and Our 20-Year Partnership with ENERGY STAR


In honor of ENERGY STAR Day, we’re looking back on our 20-year partnership with the U.S. EPA’s energy efficiency program.

With ENERGY STAR’s help, we’ve saved $435 million in energy costs in our facilities, and reduced the energy intensity and carbon emissions of these facilities by 40 and 41 percent, respectively.

Here are a few of our biggest milestones from the past two decades of partnership.

National Energy Month Spurs Action at GM

U.S. facilities have realized $435 million in energy savings in 20 years
Press Release

DETROIT, October 27, 2015 /3BL Media/ – In honor of National Energy Action Month, General Motors is leveraging its 20-year partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® program to find more ways to reduce the energy intensity of its facilities and decrease its impact on climate change.

Energy Reduction Efforts Recognized: Eight Lamb Weston Facilities Receive ENERGY STAR® Certification

Press Release

EAGLE, Idaho, October 22, 2015 /3BL Media/ – In demonstration of its ongoing commitment to sustainable operations, eight Lamb Weston facilities achieved ENERGY STAR ® certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  Lamb Weston, a ConAgra Foods (NYSE: CAG) brand, operates 13 facilities in the U.S. that make frozen potato products. Three facilities from ConAgra Foods’ private brands business were also certified, giving the company a total of 11 certified facilities – the most in the food processing sector.


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