University of Wisconsin Students Conduct Energy Assessment at Ozinga’s Oak Creek Plant
July 15, 2019
We’re committed to making a positive impact on individuals, their families and the community for generations. That’s why we recently partnered with the Department of Energy’s Industrial Assessment Center to welcome a group of engineering students from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee to our Oak Creek, WI plant.
Ozinga’s New Rebuild Shop Refurbishes CNG Concrete Mixer
June 27, 2019
As part of Ozinga’s commitment to maintaining our fleet, we recently created a custom rebuild shop to give our used equipment a second life and keep maintenance costs down. Certain components on fleet equipment often outlast others, making it difficult to maintain the same productivity on the job.
Ozinga Helps Educate First Responders About Alternative Fuel Vehicles
June 24, 2019
Earlier this month, Ozinga provided compressed natural gas (CNG) ready mix trucks during Green Ways 2Go’s Alternative Fuel Vehicles for First Responders training courses. These courses, contracted in cooperation with Chicago Area Clean Cities, address the most typical issues first responders encounter in their day-to-day work.
Village of Glen Ellyn Uses Ozinga Concrete Blocks to Create Custom Storage Solution
June 6, 2019
Imagine in mid-winter the municipality you manage runs out of road salt and you are at the mercy of supplier stock levels and peak season market prices. For Julius Hansen, director of public works for the Village of Glen Ellyn, running out of salt is not an option. The Village needs at least 2,000 tons a year to keep their streets and sidewalks safe. Paying for extra salt in the middle of winter can be costly, not to mention the costs associated with building a new dome to house the additional salt inventory.
This Rocks! A group of third-grade students from St. John’s Lutheran Church and School were in for a special treat! They stopped by our Rock Creek Terminal and Channahon location to learn about rocks and minerals for their geology class.
Ever wonder what it’s like to hit a game-winning home run to win a national championship? Our very own Samantha Findlay sat down with us to discuss one of the most memorable moments in women’s softball history. #WCWS
For the first time in company history, Ozinga is purchasing more than 6,000 megawatts of Illinois wind energy per year beginning this May. The new electricity supply contract will use Illinois wind to provide power to Ozinga locations throughout Illinois. The 6,000 MWH/ year of wind energy represents more than 25% of our electricity usage.