The industry-leading EHS programs that McWane has in place today could not exist without the financial resources to support them. Since 1999, McWane has invested more than $300 million in capital improvements and operations related to environmental compliance, workplace health and safety, and human resources. In addition to the systems and programs described above, these expenditures include projects such as state-of-the-art pollution control systems that enabled us to achieve compliance with the EPA’s Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) requirements years before required by regulation. Examples of other projects include stormwater collection and treatment systems, dust-control technologies, totally enclosed guarding systems and other equipment upgrades that improve safety and environmental protection at our plants.
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