Monthly Archives: January 2017

GM Suppliers See Business Value in Reduced Emissions

GM Suppliers See Business Value in Reduced Emissions

General Motors is engaging its supply chain in actions to reduce emissions, mitigate the various companies’ effects on climate change and strengthen their overall business. GM asked about 200 of its suppliers to disclose their energy use and carbon emission data to CDP and offered up resources to help. The 70 percent of invited companies ... Read More
 
Toyota to host next SP meeting on April 26-27

Toyota to host next SP meeting on April 26-27

SP’s 2nd Quarter Meeting will be hosted by Toyota in Georgetown, KY on April 26-27, 2017. Toyota will be organizing a tour of a local Kentucky bourbon distillery and an informal dinner for SP members on April 26.  Please plan to arrive in the area by early afternoon to participate. SP’s 2nd Quarter Membership meeting ... Read More
 
GM hosts January 19 SP meeting

GM hosts January 19 SP meeting

General Motors hosted the 1st Quarter Meeting of Suppliers Partnership for the Environment (SP) at the GM Renaissance Center on January 19, 2017.  Erica Fultz of GM welcomed attendees to the GM RenCen and provided an update on wildlife habitat programs at the site. SP’s Chair, Randy Leslie of Johnson Controls opened the meeting with ... Read More
 
BlueStream™ Hybrid Cooling System from Johnson Controls helps customers address water, energy challenges

BlueStream™ Hybrid Cooling System from Johnson Controls helps customers address water, energy challenges

MILWAUKEE – (Jan. 10, 2017) – Johnson Controls has developed a unique, innovative and industry-leading solution – the BlueStream™ Hybrid Cooling System – to help customers address water and energy challenges in facilities through more efficient cooling tower operations. The solution will be featured at the 2017 Air-Conditioning Heating and Refrigeration (AHR) Expo in Las ... Read More
 
GM Has Record Year for Landfill-Free Operations

GM Has Record Year for Landfill-Free Operations

DETROIT — General Motors achieved a record number of landfill-free facilities in 2016, exceeding its commitment four years early. The company now operates 152 global facilities that recycle, reuse or convert to energy all waste from daily operations. These 52 non-manufacturing sites and 100 manufacturing sites contribute to GM’s top and bottom lines by driving ... Read More