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Continued: Twin Cities sewage treatments plants cut energy bills

  • Article by: NEAL ST. ANTHONY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 3, 2013 - 4:00 PM

“We’ve been building ‘private clouds’ for our clients since before it was a buzz word,” said CEO Jim Wolford. “As a resident of Hennepin County, all of us at Atomic Data look forward to helping them secure their infrastructure as well as the services that so many people rely on.”

• CEO Dennis Campbell of Valley Craft Industries of Lake City, the 60-year-old manufacturer of hand trucks, trailers, carts and more, says the company will be featured in an upcoming episode of “World’s Greatest.” (www.worldsgreatesttv.com). Campbell attributes the selection to Valley Craft’s innovative and “dedicated employees”who produce quality products for loyal customers.

The University of St. Thomas is one of the 20 largest university purchasers of green power in the U.S., according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The only other Midwest school to crack the Green 20 is the University of Wisconsin. St. Thomas, the biggest private university in the Upper Midwest, gets more than 80 percent of its energy through Windsource, the green-energy program of Xcel Energy that enables electric customers to support production of renewable energy beyond state mandates.

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