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Boehringer Ingelheim Ga. vaccine facility receives carbon neutral certification

Photo by Scott Rogers/The Times Boehringer Ingelheim's Gainesville, Ga., site recently completed a five-year plan to become carbon neutral after discovering it emitted as much carbon as 1,000 homes each year.

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DULUTH, Ga. — Boehringer Ingelheim U.S. Animal Health announced on Apr. 22 that its poultry vaccine site in Gainesville, Ga., has received carbon neutral certification, the first of its U.S. sites to earn this designation.

The site, which produces nearly 60 billion poultry vaccines every year, is Boehringer Ingelheim's first major manufacturing facility site in the U.S. and its third site globally to become carbon neutral.

“Boehringer Ingelheim is committed to making the company, surrounding communities, and the world more environmentally sustainable, now and for future generations,” said Randolph Legg, president and head of commercial business at. . .

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