From Greenbiz: A recent EPA announcement says that 71 facilities in the us have now joined a program that rewards them for voluntarily exceeding regulatory requirements. “Facility” in this case is interpreted broadly, from Ford assembly plants in Georgia to a 3M plant in Wisconsin. The program is called “Performance Track” and rewards take the form of public recognition by the EPA as well as establishing good relations with regulators.
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