First Four Pharmaceutical Plants Earn EPA'S ENERGY STAR
The EPA is recognizing the first four pharmaceutical plants to earn the ENERGY STAR for performing in the top 25% of energy performance nationwide. Compared to similar pharmaceutical plants across the country, these facilities on average use nearly 35% less energy and together prevent the equivalent of 40,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually.
The plants are:
- Allergan's Waco, TX facility
- AstraZeneca's Worcester, MA plant
- AstraZeneca's Newark, DE plant
- Schering-Plough's Cleveland, TN facility