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Helena Chemical Co. of Welch, OK Named 2017 Environmental Respect Award Winner by CropLife

Tue, 05 Sep 2017 11:11:04 CDT

Helena Chemical Co. of Welch, OK Named 2017 Environmental Respect Award Winner by CropLife Helena Chemical Company, in Welch, Okla. was recently selected by CropLifeŽ magazine as the 2017 Environmental Respect award winner for Oklahoma.



Now in its 27th year, the Environmental Respect Awards program exists to encourage and honor excellence in stewardship, educate retailers and distributors around the world on safe business practices, and promote environmentalism in agriculture to the industry and to the public. The dealers and distributors who are honored with Environmental Respect Awards have displayed outstanding initiative and are shining examples of what it takes to make the world a safer, cleaner place in which to live and work.



WHAT ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE HONORED?


Demonstration of leadership in plant-site compliance, proper application techniques and retail safety of all kinds.


Display of concern for customer service and safety, and of environmental stewardship on behalf of farmer-customers.


Active participation in environmental stewardship and in safety education for employees, customers and the community.


Additional categories of achievement include:


- Physical Plant Improvements


- Waste Minimization


- Emergency Response Readiness


- Product Safety/Proper Use Education


- Personal Commitment


- Customer Involvement


- Employee Education


- Community Outreach


- Innovative Technology



For 27 years, DuPont Crop Protection, CropLifeŽ and Farm Chemicals InternationalŽ magazines have sponsored the Environmental Respect Awards in a continuing effort to honor farm supply businesses that preserve and protect the environment in the course of their service to their farmer-customers. The program seeks to recognize good stewards, encourage stewardship among other ag businesses and disseminate information that provides managers with ideas on improving their operations.



Source - DuPont




   

 

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