Metal casting plant spends $6.5M on energy-saving upgrade

10/5/2010 | Saginaw News (Mich.), The

Saginaw Metal Casting Operations, the Michigan foundry that makes engine blocks for General Motors, has invested some $6.5 million in energy-saving upgrades to its plant. The upgrades have helped the plant curb its natural-gas use by 4% for an annual savings of $300,000. "We're always working on different projects to maintain and improve the efficiency of what we currently have," said Kai Spande, the plant's manager.

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