The Claud Thompson Decatur Industrial Electric Scholarship
This scholarship assists students seeking a career in business through the Tabor School of Business (PACE included) at Millikin University or students pursuing engineering technology degrees at Richland Community College. Additional criteria online includes financial need and students who are self-driven and leadership-oriented with a record of community service. High school seniors and college students may apply for the scholarship on the Community Foundation of Macon County website at www.endowdecatur.org.
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We comply with the applicable federal, state, and local environmental laws and regulations and implement an Environmental Management System (EMS) program and procedures to assure compliance.
We strive to prevent, minimize and/or eliminate wastes generated, re-use and recycle materials, use energy efficiency in our operations and use environmentally preferred materials whenever possible.
We pursue strategies that are “green” with the goal of reducing, reusing, and recycling as much as effectively efficient. We realize that we are, in fact, in the business of renewing assets and reducing waste for our customers. Our repair and remanufacturing processes shall reuse all available parts and all parts not capable of being reused shall be recycled to advance sustainability according to all current laws and regulations.
We provide environmental training and educate our employees to be environmentally responsible in all work areas in our facilities and at our customer’s work sites.
We are a 5S workplace, meaning we follow the path towards a 5S organizational and housekeeping methodology as part of continuous improvement and operational efficincies.
Routine internal audits are conducted to ensure compliance with Decatur Industrial Electric 5S standards.