S.C. Johnson surpassed its target for greenhouse-gas reduction from 2005 to 2010 with a 27.4% cut, following a 17% reduction for 2000 to 2005. Two cogeneration turbines powered by waste methane and natural gas at the company's largest manufacturing facility, near Racine, Wis., were the main contributors, according to Kelly Semrau, an executive at S.C. Johnson. Other factors included an Indonesian factory powered partly by burning waste palm shells, as well as wind turbines in Wisconsin and the Netherlands.

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