Grow our human capabilities for shaping and achieving our strategic vision. Placing safety first, our workforce is a critical component of our sustainability plan. We do what it takes to attract, motivate, empower and retain diverse, high-performing talent because we care about the people who work hard every day to make this company successful.
We continually monitor the factors and key trends that shape our future - such as the pace of our economic recovery, the national political trends, customer and stakeholder expectations, and national and state regulatory pressures and trends.
information on our general business and operational and financial issues can be found in the discussion on risk factors in TECO Energy's 2011 Annual Report. https://materials.proxyvote.com/Approved/872375/20120224/AR_117915/
Serve our customers energy needs while conducting business in a sustainable manner. We know what it takes to be long-term stewards of our shared environment. We are committed to continuous improvement by minimizing our impact on the environment, including significant reductions in power plant emissions; maximum recycling of water to reduce overall use of this precious resource; minimal solid waste disposal through the recycling of coal combustion byproducts; and innovative land use and…
Tampa Electric aggressively minimizes solid waste disposal by marketing the byproducts of its operations. The recycling and reuse of coal combustion byproducts produced at Tampa Electric's coal-burning power facilities have had a beneficial impact on the environment and the economy of the Tampa Bay area.
TECO Coal team members accept award from Carl Campbell, commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Natural Resources. Pictured from left to right are Greg Hayes, J. C. Cornett, Campbell, Stacy Billiter, Bob Zik and Don Hall.