“From the development of the landfill-gas-to-energy initiative to the installation of its solar panels, Croda has demonstrated time and again its commitment to sustainability here in Delaware,” said U.S. Senator Tom Carper. “I look forward to Croda’s continued investment in the First State."
“I applaud Croda’s investment in Delaware, both environmentally and economically,” said Delaware Governor Jack Markell. “Since acquiring Atlas Point in 2006, Croda has made a substantial investment in upgrading and enhancing the facility to benefit the local community and the environment, and enhance our economy by bringing jobs and business to our state.”
“Earlier this year, Croda powered up its combined heat and power landfill gas system, one of the cleanest and most efficient energy projects in the nation. By year’s end, they will add renewable, sustainable solar power to their energy portfolio,” said Secretary Collin O’Mara of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. “We appreciate their ongoing commitment to using clean, sustainable and locally generated power, and encourage other facilities in Delaware and throughout the region to follow their lead.”
Croda was ranked 25th in the 2013 ”Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations” report, compiled annually by Corporate Knights, a Canadian media organization specializing in corporate sustainability. It is the most extensive data-driven corporate sustainability assessment and is based on the financial, social and environmental performance of nearly 4,000 of the world’s largest listed companies. Initiatives such as the landfill-gas-to-energy project and the solar panel installation at the Atlas Point facility contribute to Croda’s high ranking.
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