U.S. Department of Energy honors Shaw

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Dalton—The U.S. Department of Energy recognized Shaw Industries Group for contributing to the $2.4 billion in energy cost savings cumulated by U.S. manufacturers participating in the Better Plants program. Shaw was one of nine companies recognized for achieving its goal this year by improving energy intensity by 33% over seven years across 105 U.S. facilities.

“Shaw’s energy reduction strategy is one of the cornerstones of our ongoing sustainability efforts,” said Paul Murray, vice president of sustainability and environmental affairs at Shaw. “We remain focused on reducing the amount of energy used to manufacture our products both to decrease the amount of emissions impacting our environment and to decrease our costs.”

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