AMI DODUCO Wins New Jersey Environmental Award

March 12, 2000
EXPORT, Pa.--AMI DODUCO's Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, plant has been awarded the 2000 Industrial Wastewater Treatment Award by the New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA). This annual award recognizes the New Jersey industrial facility with the highest level of compliance with environmental regulations and voluntary environmental improvements. The plant, which produces electrical contact rivets and stamped assemblies, pre-treats its industrial wastewater prior to being discharged. The plant's innovative treatment techniques minimize waste discharge while maximizing the recycling of treatment material that was previously sent to land fills. "I credit the commitment and innovation of our employees for this award," said Larry J. Gaudino, Environmental Manager, AMI DODUCO. "AMI DODUCO has long been committed to environmental protection efforts above and beyond mere compliance. This is a competitive advantage since our customers increasingly consider environmental performance when choosing suppliers." The award will be presented during the week-long NJWEA Annual Conference on May 4, 2000 in Atlantic City. Past award winners include Colgate-Palmolive Company, Weyerhauser Company, and Hercules Incorporated.SOURCE: AMI DODUCO

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