2002 Environmental Report
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PG&E Corporation earned a number of awards in 2002 for our continued efforts to deliver outstanding environmental and safety performance at all levels of our organization. Here are some examples we're proud to share.

  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company was awarded the U.S. EPA Climate Protection Award. This prestigious award recognizes individuals, companies and associations that have demonstrated outstanding leadership, personal dedication and technical achievements in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and protecting the climate.
  • For the eighth straight year, the National Arbor Day Foundation's Tree Line USA Award honored Pacific Gas and Electric Company for our public education programs, arboreal worker training, tree trimming practices and stewardship of urban forests.
  • City of San Francisco and Building Owners and Managers Association of San Francisco's Golden Dumpster Award for recycling and waste minimization efforts at Pacific Gas and Electric Company's headquarters buildings. The Utility received the award for recycling 70% of its office waste.
  • For the second year in a row, Pacific Gas and Electric Company received the City of Davis Partner for a Cleaner Davis Award for the operation of the Utility's 37-acre Davis fleet repair facility. The award recognizes local businesses and government agencies making significant contributions to the quality of the local environment through their daily operations.
  • Lake County, California, presented Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Technical and Ecological Services Department with a Clean Air Achievement Award for 20 years of the Geysers Air Monitoring Program and 13 years of Clean Air Attainment.
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company received the Silver Teal Award from Ducks Unlimited for a donation of gas pipe for use in habitat restoration in Nevada's Lahontan Valley and California's Gray Lodge Wildlife Refuge.
  • Logan Generating Plant received the 2002 Corporate Environmental Stewardship Award from the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary in recognition of efforts in restoring wetland and upland habitat along the Delaware River.
  • For the sixth straight year, NEG's Manchester Street Station in Rhode Island received an Environmental Merit Award from the Narragansett Bay Commission (NBC) for perfect compliance in meeting NBC's stringent discharge requirements.