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Montana Mine Purchases Green Tags

July 2003 - The Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) announced that Luzenac America, Inc. has purchased renewable energy certificates to offset 100% of the greenhouse gas emissions associated with its electrical energy use at the Yellowstone Talc Mine in Montana. The certificates, or "green tags," represent more than 1.7 million kWh of renewable energy generated from wind energy sources in the region.

News Release - Luzenac America Offsets 100% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated With Electrical Energy Use at Yellowstone Talc Mine

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