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Clinton Power Station Receives Gold Certification From Wildlife Habitat Council

 

 

 

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Clinton Power Station demonstrated its commitment to environmental stewardship by achieving Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) Conservation Gold Certification for its Environmental Management Program at the Clinton Power Station in Clinton, Illinois.

The Environmental Management Program was designated as Certified Gold, signifying leadership among the over 700 WHC Conservation Certification programs. 

The Environmental Management Program at Exelon Clinton Power Station is an all-encompassing program that tracks all of Clinton's environmental and habitat conservation efforts with positive projects such as the Clinton Lake Fish Stocking and the Right of Way Pollination plantings which help contribute to better land management and healthier local ecosystem. The program continually strives to improve our environmental efforts and allow opportunities for Exelon employees to partner with our local communities through Gabby Green and the Kids & Critter Conservation Days in our schools. Employee's combined efforts allowed Clinton Power Station to meet this criteria for Gold Conservation Certification. 

"The Clinton Power Station is recognized as meeting the strict requirements of WHC Conservation Certification," said Margaret O'Gorman, President, WHC. "Companies achieving WHC Conservation Certification, like Clinton Power Station, are environmental leaders, voluntarily managing their lands to support sustainable ecosystems and the communities that surround them."​

 

 

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