ConAgra Foods Facilities Again Achieve Energy Star CertificationFort Mill Times, December 23, 2013
OMAHA, NEB. — The number of ConAgra Foods facilities achieving ENERGY STAR® certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to grow. The company’s latest class of ENERGY STAR achievers includes eight operations, one of which, the ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston/BSW facility in Warden, Wash., is receiving an ENERGY STAR for the first time.
“Receiving the ENERGY STAR certification is a testament to our employees’ ongoing commitment to operating sustainably,” said Marcella Thompson, director, Sustainable Development, ConAgra Foods. “Throughout our operations, teams of employees tirelessly investigate new ways to conserve energy and remain good stewards of the environment. The eight facilities singled out by the EPA represent our top performers, and serve as examples of what we can all achieve when working together.”