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to become a Green Tier participant.
Public comment periods

Public comment opportunities are available for the following applicants.

  • Chart Energy & Chemicals, Inc.
DNR contact
Tom Nowakowski
101 S Webster St - OB/7
PO Box 7921
Madison WI 53707-7921
Fax 608-267-9305
Company contact
Ken Rupp
E&C Quality & Environmental Manager
2191 Ward Ave
La Crosse WI 54601
Chart Energy & Chemicals, Inc. [exit DNR]

Chart Energy & Chemicals, Inc.

Chart Energy & Chemicals, Inc., located in La Crosse, Chart Energy & Chemicals is seeking participation in Tier 2 of the Green Tier program. Chart Energy & Chemicals, a division of Chart Industries Inc. designs and manufactures cryogenic equipment used in many parts of the liquid gas supply chain.

About the Company

Chart Energy & Chemical’s products are used in the separation of oxygen, nitrogen and noble gases in the processing of natural gas. In addition, their distribution and storage division produces products that are fundamental to the delivery and end-use of liquid gases in many industrial and energy applications.

As a part of Green Tier, Chart Energy & Chemicals will continue to implement their environmental management system, undertake all required audits and will submit an annual report to the department.

Environmental Activities

Chart Energy and Chemical’s recent environmental accomplishments include:

  • Removing all solvents from their standard cleaning process and replacing them with an aqueous system for fin forming oil removal
  • Reducing aluminum scrap by 15 percent
  • Becoming a zero landfill facility; recycling all metals, plastics and cardboard and incinerating all hazardous waste
  • Implementing a helium usage reduction program
  • Implementing an electrical peak demand shaving goal of 25 percent

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Last revised: Tuesday May 16 2017