Several local companies make 2014 Green Masters list

Special to The Freeman

Dec. 1, 2014

MADISON – The WI Sustainable Business Council has announced the Green Masters of 2014. Applicants to the Green Masters Program are judged on a comprehensive range of nine sustainability issues, from energy to water use to educational outreach and governance. Over 170 Wisconsin businesses are currently participating in the program. The Green Masters represent the top twenty percent of these companies.

The 34 companies that fall into this top percentile are as follows:

•     Appleton Coated LLC, Combined Locks

•     Appvion Inc., Appleton

•     cei (Coating Excellence International, LLC), Wrightstown

•     Channeled Resources MaraTech, Marathon

•     CNH Industrial, Burr Ridge

•     Didion Milling, Inc., Johnson Creek

•     Dominion Properties, Milwaukee

•     Environmental Systems, Inc., Brookfield

•     Epic, Verona

•     Fairmount Santrol, Menomonie

•     Frito-Lay, Inc., Beloit

•     Green Bay Packaging, Inc., Green Bay

•     Hudson Hospital and Clinics, Hudson

•     Jack Link’s Beef Jerky Co., Minong

•     JBS Green Bay, Inc., Green Bay

•     KI (Krueger International), Green Bay

•     Kohl’s Department Store, Menomonee Falls

•     Lands’ End, Dodgeville

•     Laser Pros International, Rhinelander

•     Lauterbach Group Inc., Sussex

•     Madison Gas and Electric, Madison

•     Menasha Corporation, Neenah

•     Mercury Marine, Fond du Lac

•     NewPage – Stevens Point Mill, Stevens Point

•     Phillips-Medisize, Eau Claire

•     Rockwell Automation, Milwaukee

•     Serigraph Inc., West Bend

•     SPX Transformer Solutions, Inc., Waukesha

•     The North Central Group, Middleton

•     ThedaCare, Appleton

•     Trek Bicycles Corporation, Waterloo

•     Uniek Inc., Waunakee

•     Union Cab Cooperative of Madison, LLC, Madison

•     Webcrafters Inc., Madison

For more information, visit www.greenmastersprogram.com.