Clay & Bailey LED Conversion Recognized With KCIC Sustainability Award


Presenting the award was Scott Brown (far left) of Faultless Starch
and Kristin Riott Executive Director Bridging the Gap. Accepting the
award for Clay & Bailey is from left center Mike Brown, Andy Borst,
and John Patrick.

The Kansas City Industrial Council (KCIC) recognized Clay & Bailey Manufacturing
as one of 12 winners of its annual Sustainability Awards. The KCIC Sustainability
Awards recognize sustainable business practices related to Energy and Environment.

Clay & Bailey was recognized in the Energy category for the large -scale LED retrofit
of our facilities. The LED retrofit encompasses several warehouses, office, assembly
and shipping areas. The expected savings over the life of the bulbs should exceed
$231,000. The LED project was the second major investment Clay & Bailey made in
reducing energy consumption and rolling out sustainable practices after installing
solar panels in 2013.