5/16/2019

Madison Chemical Honored for its Commitment to the Environment

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The program’s mission to use, reuse and repurpose resources, from wood pallets to chemicals that are not properly mixed, are some examples of the practices that helped Madison Chemical earn this achievement.

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Madison Chemical was recently recognized for its commitment to the environment by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). The organization granted Madison Chemical membership in the state’s Environmental Stewardship Program for implementing and maintaining measurable environmental improvements. The program’s mission to use, reuse and repurpose resources, from wood pallets to chemicals that are not properly mixed, are some examples of the practices that helped Madison Chemical earn this achievement.

Assistant commissioner and agricultural liaison for IDEM, Julia Wickard, acknowledged this honor, saying, “You’ve received a really high distinction for entities that really go above and beyond.”

Dennis Nicholas, Madison Chemical’s environment, health, and safety manager, understands this is all part of the corporate and environmental journey. “This allows us to focus on what we are doing in the environment.”

 

 

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