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Koch Fertilizer nitrogen plants earn energy efficiency certification

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Koch Fertilizer has announced that three nitrogen plants — Beatrice, Nebraska; Enid, Oklahoma; and Fort Dodge, Iowa — have earned 2021 ENERGY STAR® certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for superior energy performance.

ENERGY STAR certification recognises plants performing in the top 25% of similar nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing facilities nationwide for energy efficiency and meeting strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the EPA. This is Beatrice’s third, Enid’s second and Fort Dodge’s first year to earn certification.

“Every day, across our sites, we strive to be excellent stewards and continually improve our plant operations to reduce energy consumption and respect the environment,” said Pascal Van Teeffelen, executive VP of operations and compliance for Koch Ag & Energy Solutions Operations Management. “We are proud of our employees who continue to identify opportunities to improve energy efficiency and adopt innovative technologies to manage our resources responsibly.

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