25 May 2016
Cascades recognized for energy efficiency
KINGSEY FALLS, QC—During Energy Summit 2016, held by the Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium in collaboration with Natural Resources Canada—Cascades was presented with a Leadership Award under the Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) in the Corporate Stewardship category.

From left: Scott McNeil-Smith, communications director, Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium; Fabien Demougeot, energy director, Cascades; François Lessard, energy coordinator, Cascades; Patricia Fuller, general director, Office Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources Canada.
Cascades was recognized for its approach of continuous improvement in its energy management. The company’s Alain-Lemaire Solar Park was also a finalist in two competitions: the Novae Corporate Citizenship Awards in the Carbon Footprint category, and the Mercuriades initiated by the FCCQ in the Sustainable Development - Large Business category.

According to Cascades, its Alain-Lemaire Solar Park is a first in the pulp and paper industry, serving the Kingsley Falls industrial complex with an integrated system of parabolic solar sensors covering an area of 1,490 square metres. This project allows annual savings of 140,000 cubic metres of natural gas.

Founded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are mainly composed of recycled fibres.
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