FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JUNE 22, 2017
ST. CATHARINES, ON – June 22, 2017 – CEM Engineering has affirmed their commitment to corporate sustainability by joining Niagara Sustainability Initiative (NSI)’s Carbon Project. CEM Engineering is welcomed by a network of environmental leaders of 19 organizations in Niagara.
As a Monitoring Member, CEM Engineering has committed to monitoring organizational greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other environmental impacts of their operations, such as waste production, and energy and water usage. The organization will work with NSI towards establishing a baseline for their carbon emissions, upon which they will set an emission reduction target and become a Committing Member in the Carbon Project.
“At CEM, we strive to improve efficiency in energy generation and use for our customers. We’ve joined the Carbon Project in an effort to increase sustainability and reduce our own carbon footprint.” – Andrew Roebbelen, Environmental Specialist
The organization will bring a unique experience and expertise to NSI’s growing Carbon Project and will contribute to the future success of organizational sustainability in Niagara. NSI is proud to welcome CEM Engineering to our community.
CEM Engineering is a thermal power engineering firm based in St. Catharines that specializes in cogeneration and energy management solutions. CEM Engineering provides a full range of services including consulting, detailed design, contract administration, and commissioning services.
Niagara Sustainability Initiative is a not-for-profit social enterprise that engages and connects government, industry, community, and academia to advance environmental and economic performance in the Niagara region.
Niagara Sustainability Initiative
Tikvah Mindorff, Executive Director
Andrew Roebbelen, Environmental Specialist