Catalyst Paper (Crofton): M134-32/10-2016E-PDF

strong mandate to cut costs leads to a cultural shift toward improving energy efficiency.

"Catalyst Paper (Crofton) exceeded its own expectations for improving energy efficiency when it built an energy management system (EnMS) to improve its bottom line. Setting an ambitious goal of a 3.2 percent energy saving over three years, Crofton realized a 4.8 percent saving over just two years. Keys to this success included an energetic and resourceful energy manager, excellent mentorship in the ISO 50001 certification process and strong senior management buy-in from the start. The company’s urgent need to cut costs was an essential motivator. The best news? Crofton is operating more efficiently than ever before"--Overview, p. 2.

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Department/Agency Natural Resources Canada.
Title Catalyst Paper (Crofton)
Subtitle strong mandate to cut costs leads to a cultural shift toward improving energy efficiency.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Catalyst Paper (Crofton) : un solide mandat de réduction des coûts favorise un changement de culture privilégiant l’amélioration de l’efficacité énergétique. Caption title. At head of title: ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems standard certification.
Date [2017], c2016.
Number of Pages 5 p. :
ISBN 978-0-660-05135-2
Catalogue Number
  • M134-32/10-2016E-PDF
Subject Terms Pulp and paper industry, Energy efficiency