U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
PennTAP helps York wallpaper company upgrade lighting, save thousands annually
Thanks to PennTAP’s support, York Wallcoverings was awarded a USDA REAP grant totaling $68,503. The LED upgrades completed will lead to annual energy savings of $14,759 and 210,840 kWh of energy.
Penn State graduate student helping PennTAP report on positive economic and environmental impact
Graduate student Aditya Krishnaswamy is complementing his supply chain and logistics-focused industrial engineering studies with a graduate assistantship at Penn State’s Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program (PennTAP).
PennTAP helps Jefferson County ammunition manufacturer secure funding, upgrade rooftop heating and cooling units
PennTAP technical advisors worked with ICC to review their heating and cooling Roof Top Units (RTUs) and apply for another SBAG to help fund the project.
PennTAP Helps Beverage Bottling Plant Save Over $85,000 in Water Costs
In 2015, a large beverage bottling plant in northeastern Pennsylvania planned to reduce its overall water usage by 25% over a ten-year period, ending in 2025. The plant’s goal was to increase profitability while reducing energy and environmental costs.
Based on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the plant also identified six focus areas for improvement: agriculture, water, packaging, product, climate, and people. These were considered during PennTAP’s assessment.
PennTAP Receives $412,643 Grant from EPA
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded a $412,643 grant to PennTAP. The grant will be used to provide Pollution Prevention and Energy Efficiency (P2/E2) technical assistance and Economy, Energy and Environment (E3) events for Pennsylvania food and beverage manufacturers as well as metal manufacturers and fabricators.
PennTAP Helps Poultry Processing Facility Make Process Improvements
This small family-owned poultry processor located in northeastern PA is a supplier of kosher turkeys, Cornish game hens, and chickens, which are processed and sold in different size packages. In the summer of 2019, the poultry processor came to PennTAP looking for general consulting on how to reduce their energy consumption.