NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 5, 2018
Texas triple bottom line company creates facility with environment
and employees in mind …
(Lancaster, TEXAS) - Texas Nameplate Co. has created the industry
standard with a cutting-edge manufacturing facility designed to protect
employees, neighbors, and the environment. By keeping the heartbeat of
their company and adopting the idea of operating and setting processes
in place by using the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) principle, consisting of three
P’s People, Planet, and Profit.
After a year at their state-of-the-art facility in Lancaster, Texas Nameplate
is seeing their investment in design pay off.
“It’s very important that we try to reduce any chemical impact or environmental
impact that we might have through our processes,” Chemical
Specialist Ron Shouse said. “We’ve been working on this for numerous
years, trying to better ourselves as far as our environmental footprint.”
Construction of the new Texas Nameplate Complex is part of a series of
green initiatives the company has undergone. By incorporating thoughtful,
green design, Texas Nameplate has created a workplace that’s efficient
and environmentally smart.
“By creating a custom-designed complex, the new facilities allows for
innovative processes, like water cleaning and acid rejuvenation.” Shouse
said. Air scrubbers are not only cleaner for the environment, but they give
employees a cleaner work environment.
President and CEO Dale Crownover said his goal was to set the industry
standard. The building is positioned to allow for as much natural light as
possible, both to save energy and to boost employee morale. A separate
chemical building was constructed with safety and health in mind.
“We wanted to be a role model for protecting the environment,” Crownover
Texas Nameplate Co. has been serving customers in energy, transportation,
marine, military, manufacturing and other sectors for more than 70
years. Their plates can be found in the Arctic, the Antarctic, and nearly
every environment in between.
For interviews and scheduling tours, call President and CEO Dale Crownover
at (214) 428-8341 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.