PEP Wins EPA’s 2011 Gulf Guardian Award

The cumulative economic and environmental impacts of the first year of the BPS Project include, but are not limited to:


  • $1.6 million in company savings; $3.2 million local economic impact;
  • 8,200 tons of material diverted from landfills, wastewater treatment plants and other disposal sites; 5,300 tons of aciddiverted from waste treatment plants; and
  • More than 8,800 tons of CO2 emissions were avoided.


BPS Phase I Participants

PEP is currently in BPS Phase II of the project and is recruiting for additional companies.

Alabama Power Company
E.I. Dupont
Evonik Degussa

Huntsman Advanced Materials
Mitsubishi Polysilicon
Oil Recovery
Southern Ionics
University of South Alabama Veolia Environmental Services

Mobile City Council Recognizes PEP and BPS

On June 29, 2010, the Mobile City Council and Mayor Sam Jones awarded a certificate of recognition to PEP and the 12 forward thinking companies in By-Product Synergy Central Gulf Coast for the project's success and the resulting environmental and economic benefits to the community.

PEP is currently recruiting for 20 additional companies.
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Mobile County Commission Honors BPS CGC

On September 22, 2011, the Mobile County Commission passed a resolution recognizing PEP’s efforts to promote a sustainable Alabama Gulf Coast through its project By-Product Synergy Central Gulf Coast. PEP executive director, Jennifer Denson, made a brief presentation about BPS and showed a short video from the EPA award ceremony that highlighted the PEP project. The Commissioners commended PEP and the 12 participating companies for the economic and environmental success of BPS and it’s first place Gulf Guardian Award.