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Success Stories - FL Pollution Prevention Program Quick Links

Simply said, pollution prevention makes business sense! The following organizations have made a commitment to reduce their impact on the environment. Through their commitment many have realized significant cost savings, increased compliance, long-lasting efficiency, and gained positive press.

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Tropical Shipping

Cargo ship at sea
Tropical Shipping employs 1,100 people in more than 20 international communities. Tropical Shipping�s headquarters in the Port of Palm Beach has 450 employees. The company runs 16 vessels, which range in size from 235 to 436 feet. These vessels give Tropical Shipping the capacity to ship approximately 13,500 containers each month. Continued�

Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corporation

gas turbine
The Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corporation employs 7,000 people at its 28 locations worldwide. Chromalloy Florida in Fort Walton Beach extends over 275,000 square feet. Its 250 employees repair roughly 175 aircraft engine parts per month. Continued�

City of Tallahassee Fleet Management

two fire trucks for repair
The City of Tallahassee�s Fleet Management Division operates an automotive maintenance and repair facility that services an array of city owned vehicles. The facility has been operating for approximately 25 years and currently services up to 700 vehicles per month. Continued

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Last updated: August 10, 2007

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