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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • April 2019 • 11 Rowmark Launches New Website Findlay, Ohio-based engraving substrate manufacturer Rowmark announces the roll- out of a new website that it says features a modern design and smoother navigation for its customers. "As Rowmark has expanded its product line in recent years, it became apparent that we needed to update our site as well," says Mike McBrien, Rowmark lead web developer. "The new site is much easier for customers to navigate and find informa- tion. We've added predictive search and a cleaner navigation structure to help with that. We've also completely revamped our resources section to help customers get the information they need, when they need it." 3M Announces 100 Percent Renewable Electricity Goal, Starting with its HQ St. Paul, Minnesota-based 3M announces a goal of moving to 100 percent renewable electricity in all of its facilities around the world, starting immediately with its own headquarters. "3M is flipping the switch to becom- ing powered 100 percent by renewable energy," says CEO Mike Roman. "We are continuing to step up our leadership toward a more sustainable future—in our own operations, and in solutions for our customers." 3M becomes the largest company in Xcel Energy Inc.'s service area across eight Western and Midwestern states to convert to 100 percent renewable electricity. 3M's St. Paul global head- quarters is a 409-acre campus with about 12,000 employees across 30 buildings and research labs. The majority of the power for 3M's headquarters will be supplied by Xcel wind farms located near Pipestone, Minnesota. Additional electricity will come through the wind projects that are part of Xcel's Windsource program and solar sources. 3M's transition to 100 percent renewable electricity at its headquar- ters will increase the company's total global renewable electricity sourcing by more than 5 percent to approximately 30 percent and further help the com- pany reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 3M says it has recorded a 68 percent absolute reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2002, while nearly dou- bling its revenue. SDG

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