Cummins Midrange Engine Plant-Walesboro

4725 W 450 S
Columbus, IN 47201, USA
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Cummins - Cummins Midrange Engine Plant-Walesboro
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Longitude = -85.9740029

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Ticker Symbol - CMI
CURRENT = 150.15 -0.65 -0.43%
OPEN = 150.28 HIGH = 151.35 LOW = 148.51

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Columbus Mid-Range Engine Plant (CMEP), Columbus, Indiana

CMEP has continually improved its recycling efforts over the last several years. In 1999, the plant saved over $43,000 in landfill costs and 45 tons of waste through an aggressive recycling program for office paper, cardboard and corrugated materials. The plant is on track for another record year in 2000, with savings as of March of over $7000 and over 24 tons of cardboard, paper and corrugated waste from shipment to landfill.

Other environmental successes at CMEP include:

CMEP received a Certificate of Recognition in 1996 from the U.S. Department of Energy for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.

CMEP completed $1.2 million in Demand Side Management projects with Public Service Indiana (PSI) Energy between 1993 and 1996 that resulted in sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) reductions of 115,340 pounds, 9.8 million pounds, and 21, 185 pounds respectively per year at PSI Energy's power plants.