Tire Plant Earns Superior Energy Performance Gold Certification
The Cooper Tire plant in Texarkana, Arkansas, has been certified as a Superior Energy Performance (SEP) facility at the Gold level by the US Department of Energy. The plant was recognized for implementing International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 50001, which provides a framework of requirements for organizations to develop policies for more efficient use of energy, set targets to meet the policies, use data to drive decisions about energy use and measure results, continually improving energy management.
In addition to meeting ISO 50001, Cooper Texarkana met the SEP program’s additional standards, improving energy performance by more than 10 percent over three years, earning the Gold distinction.
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