SANIMAX

2099 Badgerland Drive, Green Bay, WI 54303

The agri-food industry generates huge quantity of unconsumed by-products on a global scale. Every day, for more than 80 years, our teams have collected and transformed these organic materials into high-quality ingredients to be used in various industries. Our promise: make every effort to transform all of the materials we collect. To achieve this, we focus on 3 main activities within our company: reclaim, renew and return. RECLAIM – Each day, our Transportation and Logistics team collects agri-food by-products from more than 25,000 sites across the Americas. Nothing is left to chance: with a fleet of specialized vehicles equipped with real-time operations management technology, organic materials are quickly routed to our facilities to be transformed. RENEW – These agri-food by-products undergo advanced processing at our 17 sites. Each of our automated facilities is equipped with sophisticated control systems, allowing us to efficiently manufacture high-quality ingredients to be used in a wide range of industries.

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3.6

Overall Excellence Rating

Industry

Farming Ranching & Forestry

Category

Farm Support

ESG/Ethical Impact

As a business that specializes in rendering, Sanimax has played a major environmental role since the moment we opened our doors. Our operations are an integral part of the circular economy, giving new life to more than 2 million tons of organic by-products every year. That’s why we call ourselves “transformation champions”! Since our approach is based on making every effort to transform all of the materials we reclaim, we are constantly investing in our operations to make our practices and facilities increasingly eco-friendly. We are always looking for new ways, regardless of their size, to make our business as sustainable as possible. Here are a few examples of how we’ve optimized our commercial facilities. Using modern biotechnology: biofiltration and aerobic digestion to treat our wastewater and atmospheric emissions, and to return clean natural resources to the environment. Multiple research and development projects: regarding odour control or renewing materials that are currently being sent to landfills. Our Montreal facility implemented a project to recover evaporated heat from feather boilers and turn it into an energy source. This process reduces the plant’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by approximately 10%. The team also installed an Indirect Contact Condensation Economizer (ICCE) allowing heat recovery from the combustion gases that are produced by the three steam boilers. With this additional equipment, the energy recovered during the first processing stage is used to heat the water inside the deaerator and to operate an evaporation process. Then, the energy recovered during the second stage is used to heat the boiler’s makeup water and wash water. Concretely, the ICCE helps reduce GHG emissions by approximately 6%.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$933,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

4

Customer Rating

3.6

Company Size

1000-5000

ESG Risk Rating

3

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