A facility is accepted into the the Partner Level based on a compliance review, on the fact that the EMS has been implemented for one full cycle, and on the strength of projects to improve environmental performance. A multi-interest review panel makes recommendations for advancement into this tier based on defined criteria. Partners are eligible for the incentive package, including the use of the CleanUtah Partner logo.
- Autoliv North America—Ogden
- Circle Four Farms—Milford
- Firestone Building Products—Salt Lake City
- Granite Construction Company—4 Locations
- Hexcel Corporation—West Valley
- IM Flash Technologies
- Utah Transit Authority—6 Locations along the Wasatch Front
- USANA Health Sciences, Inc—Salt Lake City
- Xanterra Parks and Resorts—Zion Lodge
At the Entry Level, a facility develops and implements an Environmental Management System (EMS). Incentives at this level include technical assistance in developing an EMS and designation on the DEQ Website and in other publicity as one who is interested in and has started the Clean Utah process.
- Big-D Construction
- Geneva Rock Products—20 Locations Statewide
- Jack B Parson Companies/Staker Parson Companies—Smithfield and West Heaven
- Kennecott Land Company—Daybreak
- Kennecott Utah Copper Operational Services
- Park City Building Department
- Red Hanger Cleaner—17 Locations in Salt Lake and Davis County
- Salt Lake Marriot City Center
- Tear-A-Part—Salt Lake City
- Tooele Army Depot
- Utah Food Services
Once the first leaders have been accepted into the program, more information will be provided.