Atkore has been awarded the Energy Star Partner of the Year award for 2022 for our contributions to protecting the environment through superior energy achievements that aid in fighting the climate crisis and protecting public health. This award comes directly from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.

“We continue to be a proud ENERGY STAR® Partner and, in combination with solar installations in certain locations and equipment upgrades at other facilities, we continually strive to improve our energy efficiency and reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.” – Bill Waltz, President and CEO

In accordance with the ENERGY STAR Management Guidelines, We developed an energy reduction plan to significantly reduce our energy usage. These actions have now been adopted and implemented by 27 of our ENERGY STAR participating manufacturing sites.

Our first site, New Bedford, MA, entered the Challenge in 2013, and that number has climbed to 27 sites. Each location has set goals to reduce energy intensity by 10% within 5 years of joining the challenge. Four of the participating sites that achieved these goals continue to participate in the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry.

We are proud of our ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry journey and partnership with EPA. Our ambition is for all our eligible industrial sites to participate in the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry and be recognized for achieving their reduction goals.

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Energy Star Partnership Letter

Atkore is an active participant in the ENERGY STAR Industrial Partners Annual Meeting and received Certificates of Appreciation in 2019 and 2022 from the US EPA in recognition for the Top Energy Projects Panel at the 2019 and 2022 ENERGY STAR Industrial Meetings.

ENERGY STAR Industrial Meeting 2022: Top Energy Project Award – Energy Efficiency Through Equipment Modernization

Pictured from left to right: Elizabeth Dutrow, US EPA: Andrea Fee-Blackberg, Director – Environment & Sustainability: Rebecca Collins, Environment & Sustainability Manager

ENERGY STAR Industrial Meeting 2019: Top Energy Project Award – Reducing Compressed Air Waste

On the left, Matt Finke, Value Stream Manager and Engineer is handed the certificate from Chris Grundler, Director, US EPA’s Office of Atmospheric Programs.