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Plasti-Fab’s Lebanon Ohio facility wins Go Green Recycling Award for Sustainability

October 6, 2014

The Warren County Solid Waste Management District has awarded Plasti-Fab’s Lebanon Ohio operation as the recipient of the Go Green Warren County Contest for 2014. In this contest the Lebanon Manufacturing Facility was given the award for their recycling efforts, as the amount of waste their plant delivered to the landfill was considerably lower than other facilities in the area.

Word of the reduced landfill deliveries made its way to county, making them aware of the continued efforts at the Lebanon, Ohio facility to maintain their sustainable standing and recycling models. The Plasti-Fab team at the facility was recognized at a breakfast held in honor of their continuing efforts.

Go Green Award

PFB® manufactures innovative, high-quality insulating building products and technologies that, when used as components of a building envelope, enable residential and commercial structures to be highly energy-efficient. We are experts in geotechnical application of our products.

At PFB Corporation, we are concerned with the future of the planet and the effects that modern life styles may be having on climate change. PFB Corporation is committed to conducting its operations responsibly, mindful of the economic, environmental and social impacts of its operations. It is our policy to measure improvements in reducing the impact of our activities on the basis of economic, environmental and social factors and to report improvements to our stakeholders on an annual basis.

At PFB’s Plasti-Fab plant in Lebanon, Ohio we re-use our EPS material by putting it back into the block to produce more insulation products. When this is not possible, we thermally compact the EPS and sell to recyclers. The recyclers in turn manufacture plastic products such as picture frames, wall/ceiling moldings and other consumer products. Our sustainability practices avoid EPS going to the landfill.

To learn more about PFB’s Sustainability practices, visit http://www.pfbsustainability.com

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