The goal is to support projects that offer Huber the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy in a way that smaller contributions may not, particularly when the need exceeds a site’s local community engagement budget.
J.M. Huber Corporation and SolAmerica Energy announced today that construction is set to begin on a 1.8 megawatt (DC), ground-mounted solar array located at the Huber Engineered Materials (HEM) Fire Retardant Additives Marblehead facility in Quincy, Illinois. This effort is part of the state-administered Illinois Shines incentive program supporting the development of new solar energy generation throughout the state.
The Fire Retardant Additives division of Huber Engineered Materials (HEM), a portfolio business of J.M. Huber Corporation (Huber), announces it is preparing a plan for a major sustainability project and substantial investment in a new power plant at its Martinswerk facility in Bergheim, Germany.
In a memo to all Huber employees, CEO Mike Marberry announced that Huber has joined a petition urging the Georgia General Assembly to pass new legislation addressing crimes motivated by prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation or other grounds.
In a memo to all Huber employees, CEO Mike Marberry shared his thoughts on the series of racially biased tragedies in the United States, and reiterated that the Company steadfastly supports peaceful and constructive demonstrations to help bring positive change.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, J.M. Huber Corporation’s community engagement initiative—Huber Helps—has reallocated a portion of its 2020 budget to support organizations in communities around the world that are arranging efforts to provide relief from this crisis.