Economy Through Ecology Highlighted by manroland
Midwest based Exelon Corp. offers a Load Response program that gives business customers financial incentives for reducing their electric usage during times of high wholesale electricity prices. Starting June 1, the company also begins accepting new applications for the Prescriptive & Custom Smart Ideas for Your Business incentive program. Projects that may be eligible and qualify for a custom incentive involve those with compressed air, motors greater than 200 hp, non-HVAC variable-speed drive applications and other unique projects that improve energy efficiency. For more info, visit www.ComEd.com/businesssavings.
Environment-friendly production in action
Many of the options for environment-compatible print production explained at the event have already been implemented at Druck- and Verlagshaus Zarbock in Frankfurt. The attendees were very interested to hear how Frank Zarbock has lowered energy consumption in his printing company. This includes heat insulation of the buildings and development of a heat recovery system for all production areas. Like all other print experts at the PraxisDialog event, Zarbock showed that ecological awareness pays off because it also brings economic benefits. Efficiency is the basis for establishing environment-friendly print production. This is a matter of both corporate and social responsibility that concerns the entire industry.
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manroland Inc., a division of manroland AG, is the world’s second largest printing systems manufacturer and the world’s market leader in web offset. manroland employs almost 8,700 people and has annual sales of some Euro 1.7 billion with an export share of almost 80 percent. Web and sheetfed offset presses provide solutions for publishing, commercial and packaging printing. For more information visit the web site at www.manroland.us.com.