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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Columbus-based Cummins is asking entrepreneurs for ideas on how it can reduce its carbon footprint.
The engine manufacturer is modeling the competition after a similar program it started in the United Kingdom. It resulted in Cummins adopting several new energy initiatives, including converting gas waste from the engine testing process into energy the company could use on site.
Indirect Purchasing Leader Priscila Mendes says the goal is for Cummins to start purchasing products from companies with winning submissions.
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