SC Johnson recently released its 2013 sustainability report highlighting the company's ongoing efforts to improve its environmental and social practices. Among the company's initiatives is to receive 33 percent of its electricity from renewables by 2016. Contributing to that goal, this year SC Johnson added two wind turbines to its Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin facility, the largest of the company's global manufacturing plants. The turbines are expected to produce 8,000 megawatt-hours (MWh) per year; combined with two previously installed cogeneration plants, the facility will now be capable of receiving 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources. The company also expanded its purchase of wind power for its Toluca, Mexico facility which is now powered by 86 percent renewables, an increase of 65 percent.
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SC Johnson Sustainability Report