In 2008, the team at Ingersoll Rand’s Trane facility in Waco, Texas, committed to the goals of zero waste by 2016 and grid neutrality by 2020, as well as a significant reduction in water usage. The facility, which manufactures the Ingersoll Rand water source heat pump product portfolio, is well on its way toward achieving these targets.
Trane honors Belmont University for energy efficient approach that increased campus square footage by 70 percent, but energy costs only 10 percent
Nashville, Tenn., June 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Trane, a leading global provider of indoor solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand has presented its Energy Efficiency Leader Award to Belmont University, a Christian teaching university located in Nashville, Tennessee, that offers liberal arts and professional education to more than 7,400 students.
The company has avoided more than 2 million metric tons of CO2, equivalent to nearly 300,000 homes electricity use for 1 year
DAVIDSON, N.C., April 28, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Ingersoll Rand (NYSE:IR), a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments, announced key milestones towards its climate commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative.
Anniversary event honors eight employees – two with 60 years and six with 50-plus years of tenure
Apparently when people come to work at the Trane plant in Tyler, Texas, they like it so much, they stick around ─ a long time.
Trane leaders recently hosted a 60th anniversary event at the Tyler, Texas, plant, where they honored employees with 50-plus year tenure, including two who started work the year the plant opened its doors in 1956. Trane is a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand. The Tyler plant produces systems for both American Standard and Trane.
A new whitepaper, Accountability for Climate Action: How Corporations Are Tackling Climate Change, shows that businesses are a powerful force in addressing climate change, with a large majority making commitments to increase energy efficiency, reduce CO2 emissions or increase the use of renewables. Findings show more than 50 percent of large companies offer products differentiated by low carbon footprint or impact on emissions reductions.
Many companies offer products that can be differentiated by carbon footprint or impact on emissions reduction. Industries leading the way include utilities, industrial goods manufacturers and those supplying basic materials.
While it's not uncommon for companies look to their own operations to improve energy efficiency, some may be surprised that more than 70 percent of the largest businesses target internal processes as the most common way to help mitigate #ClimateChange. See the variety of actions business leaders are taking and considering for the future. http://bit.ly/263pLl6
As part of a global study, business leaders discussed actions being taken to help mitigate #ClimateChange. More than 80 percent of these companies have committed to reducing emissions. Many, including Ingersoll Rand, have implemented wide-ranging activities to reduce the carbon footprint of their operations and product offerings.