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EAM Mosca, a polypropylene manufacturer, reduces environmental footprint

January 31/2011

(Times Leader) -- EAM Mosca, a polypropylene and polyester strapping manufacturer in the Valmont Industrial Park, says it will save approximately $46,000 each year on electricity costs thanks to new energy options its implemented.

The 500 new lighting fixtures being installed by George J. Hayden, Inc. of Hazleton at EAM Moscas 141,500-square-foot facility will save the company approximately $46,000 annually, said EAM Mosca Project Engineer Bob Szumilo. The upgrades are part of an energy program implemented by CAN DO, Greater Hazletons economic development agency, and has been used at other area businesses, too.

The lighting upgrade will reduce EAM Moscas energy usage by 50,493 kilowatt hours per month and reduce the companys annual carbon dioxide emissions by more than 450 tons each year (equivalent of planting more than 2,200 trees).


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