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DNR contact
Megan Corrado
3911 Fish Hatchery Rd
Fitchburg WI 53711
608-273-5605
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Brandy Whitt
Environmental coordinator
2810 Kennedy Dr
Beloit WI 53511-3973
608-361-5859
Fax 608-365-2905
Frito-Lay [exit DNR]

Frito-Lay Beloit Functionally Equivalent to ISO 14001 Tier 1 participant since 09/09/2009

Since 1973, Frito-Lay Beloit of Rock County has produced America’s favorite snacks – Lay’s brand Potato Chips, Ruffles brand Potato Chips, Fritos, Cheetos, Doritos and Tostitos.

Environmental activities

For nearly a decade, the Frito-Lay Beloit facility has had numerous resource and energy conservation initiatives in place, and it continues to reduce its natural gas, electricity and water consumption. The plant has achieved significant reduction milestones in the past five years including, decreasing natural gas usage by 27 percent, electricity use by 20 percent, and water consumption by 50 percent.

Frito-Lay North America has developed an Environmental Management System that is implemented nationwide and has been the foundation of Frito-Lay Beloit’s superior environmental performance over the last few years. Frito-Lay Beloit’s participation in the Green Tier Program will further validate this important aspect of the company’s culture.

The successful growth of Frito-Lay Beloit’s conservation efforts is directly attributed to its associates’ dedication to achieving new levels of environmental performance. Frito-Lay Beloit continues to leverage its associates’ strengths, along with a positive relationship with the City of Beloit, to reach each of its environmental improvement goals.

Frito-Lay's 2016 goals are:

  • 30 percent reduction in fuel use;
  • 25 percent reducation in electricity use; and
  • 50 percent reduction in water use.

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Last Revised: Monday August 28 2017