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Cerro Verde, a Freeport-McMoRan Affiliate, Builds a Multipurpose Center for Community Events

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Sociedad Minera Cerro Verde has built a multipurpose facility for the communities near the Cerro Verde mining operations and the community of El Nazareno to use for meetings and events.

One level is free to use for trainings and other educational or informational campaigns, especially those that benefit the youth in the community.

The other level is available for different events required by the community. The building is accessible for people with disabilities.

Freeport-McMoRan Named Most Community-Minded by the Civic 50

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Congratulations to Freeport-McMoRan for being recognized as the most community-minded company in the materials sector!

For the fourth consecutive year, Freeport-McMoRan has been named as a Civic 50 winner.

Cerro Verde, a Freeport-McMoRan Company, Sponsors Wastewater Treatment Plant for the City of Arequipa, Peru

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Sociedad Minera Cerro Verde S.A.A. financed the construction of a new wastewater collection and treatment plant. The Enlozada water resource recovery plant recycles wastewater, which protects the Chili River and provides water resources for the Cerro Verde mine.

The state-of-the-art Enlozada plant treats domestic waste from the city. The sewerage treatment system creates a reliable source of water as it remains unaffected by seasonal drought.

Freeport-McMoRan Sponsors Papuan Ethnobotany Guide

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The book is entitled Amua-gaig-e: The ethnobotany of the Amungme of Papua, Indonesia, and was written by Carolyn Cook with Joanna Webster.

This non-traditional ethnobotanical guide presents anthropologist Dr. Carolyn Cook’s research and recollections gathered over 30 years of working and living with the Amungme people, who live in the highlands of Papua, Indonesia.

To purchase a hard copy of the book, click here.

PT Freeport Indonesia, a Freeport-McMoRan company, Receives National Occupational Health and Safety Awards

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The Minister of Manpower Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia presented PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) with three Awards for Occupational Health and Safety.

PTFI received the following:

  • Safety and Health Management System Award

  • Zero Accident Award

  • HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Program Award

Click here to learn more about Safe Production at PTFI and other Freeport-McMoRan operations.

Freeport-McMoRan releases 2015 Working Toward Sustainable Development Report “Proving our Mettle”

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The Freeport-McMoRan 2015 Working Toward Sustainable Development report is meant to provide stakeholders with summary information on their sustainability programs, including policies, management systems and performance data.

Highlights from the annual Working Toward Sustainable Development report include:

  • Investment in women’s economic empowerment programs such as DreamBuilder.

  • Freeport-McMoRan’s longtime commitment to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).

Honda R&D Installs Advanced Fast-Fill Hydrogen Refueling Station

New station on Honda R&D Americas' Torrance, California campus built in anticipation of Honda's next-generation fuel cell electric vehicle, due in 2015
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  • New station on Honda R&D Americas' Torrance, California campus built in anticipation of Honda's next-generation fuel cell electric vehicle, due in 2015
  • Honda-developed hydrogen refueling protocol significantly reduces fill time

Honda’s “Never Ending Race” Documents its Four-Decade Battle Against Air Pollution

Third film in award-winning Environmental Short Film Series explores Honda’s voluntary efforts to reduce vehicle emissions over forty-year period
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  • Third film in award-winning Environmental Short Film Series explores Honda’s voluntary efforts to reduce vehicle emissions over forty-year period
  • Honda’s successful demonstration of low-emissions vehicle technology led state of California to adopt new, more stringent emissions regulations
  • New-vehicle emissions are 1/1000th of 1970 levels
  • Next environmental “race” is against global climate change 
Press Release

  • Third film in award-winning Environmental Short Film Series explores Honda’s voluntary efforts to reduce vehicle emissions over forty-year period
  • Honda’s successful demonstration of low-emissions vehicle technology led state of California to adopt new, more stringent emissions regulations
  • New-vehicle emissions are 1/1000th of 1970 levels
  • Next environmental “race” is against global climate change 

Part 2 of Honda's Award-Winning Environmental Film Series: Paint by Numbers

Honda to Release Part 3 of Award-Winning Environmental Film Series this February
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Part 1 of Honda's Award-Winning Environmental Film Series: Paint by Numbers

Honda to Release Part 3 of Series this February
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The first film in the series, Paint by Numbers, tells the story of how Honda engineer Shubho Bhattacharya was inspired to develop technology to reduce the energy needed to operate the auto body-painting system at Honda's manufacturing plant in Marysville, Ohio. Auto body painting accounts for the most energy use in Honda's production process. With the help of his fellow associates, Bhattacharya conceived Honda's Intelligent Paint Technology, which has cut Honda's North American manufacturing CO2 emissions by about 10,000 metric tons per year.

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