Hudson - Litchfield News | November 4, 2011 - 7 Super Community Helpers
Alvirne Young Republican Presents at Committee Meeting
Each month at Early Start Children’s
Center, small groups of children have opportunity to feel special and become a “Super Community Helper.” The children gain a sense of belonging and contributing to their community. This month, one group of preschool
age children decorated the front of the center with colorful mums, pumpkins and cornstalks, helping to welcome in fall. Another group took pride in making a yummy Halloween trail mix for all of the children to enjoy. Next month, perhaps there will be some caroling and holiday cheer!
submitted by Bryan Donovan, Chairman, Hudson Republican Committee The Hudson Republican Committee held it’s monthly meeting on October 26. Alex Tucci from the Alvirne Young Republicans presented to the group on the topic of “Agenda 21.” Agenda 21 is a UN sponsored initiative that targets private property rights and individual freedom in the U.S. and around the world. The monthly meeting was attended by Hudson state representatives Andy Renzullo and Bob Haefner. The Hudson Republican Committee meets the fourth Wednesday of the month at Rodgers Library. The meetings start at 7 p.m. and are open to all republicans.
Rep. Andy Renzullo and Alex Tucci of the Alvirne Young Republicans.
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Governor Presents Business Awards for Pollution Prevention Efforts
submitted by New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services New Hampshire Governor, John Lynch, and DES Commissioner,
Tom Burack presented Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc. of Bennington with the 2011 Governor’s Award for Pollution Prevention. Southeastern Container, Inc. of Hudson was presented with the 2011 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Pollution Prevention for the company’s “lifetime achievements”. The awards were presented today to both companies at the Executive Council Chambers in Concord. “Our environment is part of what makes New Hampshire such a great place to work and love, and it helps to foster our high quality of life. It is also a vital economic asset to our state. That is why we must do all we can to protect our environment and natural resources,” Gov. John Lynch said. “Southeastern Container and Monadnock Paper Mills have really been tremendous examples of waste reduction, and are role models for other businesses here in New Hampshire to follow.”
Southeastern Container (SEC) in Hudson has earned the prestigious 2011 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Pollution Prevention for the company’s “lifetime achievements.” SEC in Hudson is a manufacturer of plastic containers for the Coca-Cola bottling system and has embraced pollution prevention strategies throughout its operations. For 2011, SEC has continued its energy reduction efforts through: • LED lighting retrofits. • Installation of a variable speed compressor. • Installation of a Water Chiller System built by a company in Portsmouth. These installations show a reduction of 754,608 kWh and $95,202 annually.
SEC has consistently reduced the amount of plastic in its bottles and packaging and for 2011 has incorporated the use of Coca Cola’s “Plant Bottle” resin made from a biologically renewable resource, sugar cane ethanol.
Southeastern Container has been awarded for its pollution
prevention efforts five years in a row. In those five years the company has reduced: • Raw material consumption by 2.8 million pounds • Energy use by 7.8 million kWh • Water use by 459,000 gallons • Solid waste by 290,000 pounds • CO2 emissions by 12,000 tons All of these reductions have not only contributed to a cleaner
environment for New Hampshire, they also saved Southeastern Container over $4.4 million. Excellence in pollution prevention is measured in many ways, but one of the things that sets this company apart is its efforts to encourage other SEC facilities to implement waste reduction strategies. In 2010, with the assistance and encouragement of the Hudson facility, SEC facilities in Virginia and Illinois were chosen to win environmental awards in their respective
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