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Tate and Lyle eliminated coal-based energy from its global operations



Tate and Lyle, a US-based global supplier of food and beverages ingredients, has eliminated the use of coal-based energy across its global operations. This elimination has completed the multi-year capital investment program, which aimed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Tate and Lyle plants. This mission has been accomplished by supplanting coal frameworks with natural gas-fired combined heat and power systems at four factories in Loudon, Tennessee, Decatur, Illinois, and the two plants in Lafayette, Ind. The elimination would result in less water usage, and local communities would breathe in purified air.

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