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Bayer Conserves One Million Gallons of Water through Wastewater Treatment Process at Shawnee Headquarters
Date:9/13/2011

SHAWNEE, Kan., Sept. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Bayer HealthCare LLC, Animal Health Division announced today that a recently installed wastewater treatment system at its U.S. headquarters in Shawnee, Kan. has achieved its first benchmark – saving more than one million gallons of water, or the equivalent of 20,000 filled bathtubs.  

Installation on the proprietary wastewater system began in early 2010 by CDI Industrial & Mechanical Contractors, Inc. of Kansas City, Kan.  The system went on-line in January 2011, with an immediate impact recognized by Bayer's ability to reuse approximately 20,000 gallons of water from its production facilities each production day.

"Bayer Animal Health strives to be a model corporate citizen," said Ian Spinks, president and general manager of Bayer Animal Health North America.  "Many of our employees and associates call this area home and we felt it was a corporate priority to be proactive in the protection and preservation of our community's water resources.  I am pleased we are able to announce this remarkable milestone today, as we recognize and celebrate Bayer's first annual Global Safety Day.  This special day will serve as a regular reminder to Bayer employees of our global commitment to safety and sustainability."

The Mechanical Contractors Association of Kansas City (MCA-KC) recognized CDI and its installation of the wastewater system with an Outstanding Mechanical Installation award at its semi-annual awards banquet in July.  MCA-KC serves the region's union mechanical contractors who service and install plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, process piping and refrigeration units.

In addition to providing office space for its employees, Bayer's Shawnee site also manufactures various products from the company's portfolio of veterinary, consumer and pharmaceutical products.  The manufacturing process yields wastewater or liquid that may contain
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