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October 1st, 2019
Business growth rarely happens by chance. It’s usually the result of seeking out and analyzing the right risks – and using them to your advantage. In the fast-paced and competitive environment in which we operate, the status quo is even more dangerous! Fortunately, Monument is a company that thrives on challenging boundaries – and taking well-calculated risks to position ourselves for growth. (Monument’s 2018 Bayport site acquisition is an excellent example of this!) And now, expansion activities at both the Houston and Brandenburg sites will allow us to better serve our growing customer base.
September 24th, 2019
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August 13th, 2019
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July 17th, 2019
Monument employees already know that chemistry plays an important part of every aspect of our world, from the clean water we drink, to the materials that build our homes, to the latest innovations in markets like electronics and healthcare. And we at Monument play a role in these innovations in a wide range of industries.
As stewards in the world of chemistry, we have another critical role to play: influencing the next generation of innovators in our industry – beginning with the students who live in the communities in which we operate. The You Be the Chemist program is one of the exciting ways we do that...
Monument Kentucky Employee Teams Up with All-Star Motorsports Team to Support Hurricane Relief Efforts in Puerto Rico
June 25th, 2019
Ryan Lane, Polychem Operator, Monument Kentucky, is proof that one person can make an incredible difference in the lives of many.
Late last year, we posted a story about Ryan’s plans to travel to Puerto Rico with a star-studded pro motorsports team to help the many individuals and families who are still struggling in the wake of Hurricane Maria. The team includes Travis Alan Pastrana, a popular motorsports competitor and stunt performer who has won a range of championships and X Games gold medals, and Ryan Sipes, local to Meade County and another well-known motorsports competitor.
March 22nd, 2019
Eight is the new magic number at the Monument Antwerp site. In January, the site wrapped up a significant project to build eight new state-of-the-art storage tanks that will increase Monument’s efficiency, capacity, and flexibility for our growing customer base in the region.
February 19th, 2019
Monument employees are always up for exploring innovative possibilities – whether they are for increasing capacity, adding capabilities, improving efficiency, or making operations more environmentally-friendly. An exciting two-year project led by the Antwerp team in Belgium promises positive results in each of these critical areas.
The site will soon be powered in part by high-temperature steam generated by the burning of household trash at a nearby incinerator. The process will reduce the site’s consumption of natural gas and has the potential to increase the site’s power-generating capabilities. It will also reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 40%.
January 25th, 2019
We are excited to announce the first winner of the new Monument Brandenburg Community Partnership Initiative (CPI) Grant – a $10,000 annual award for a non-profit-run program that addresses a demonstrated need within our area of focus, which for 2018 was “community land use.” Our 2018 winner is the Meade County Museum & Arts Council, who submitted a proposal for a Brandenburg Riverfront Amphitheater.