Amerikohl Receives Mined Land
Reclamation Award Non-Coal Reclamations
Amerikohl Aggregates Inc., McMillen Limestone Quarry was nominated for the Mined Land Reclamation Award by William Edmiston of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Knox District Mining Office. The Vanport Limestone is the principal mineral being mined but some coal is also encountered and extracted incidental to the limestone recovery. => Read More
Presented by Key-Con Fuels:
June 2007 Keystone Supplier of the Month Award
November 2004 Conemaugh Station Supplier of the Month
Sponsored by Dominion and Pennsylvania Environmental Council:
2005 Western Pennsylvania Environmental Awards Finalist
U.S.A. Department of Labor Mine Safety & Health Administration, Certificate of Achievement in Safety Awarded to Westmoreland County Strips, Amerikohl Mining, Inc., Acme, Pennsylvania Surface Coal Group Sentinels of Safety Program, for its Outstanding Safety Record in 1999 for 33,119 employee hours worked without a lost workday injury.
U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation & Enforcement, 2000 Excellence in Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation Award Leon Mine Laurelville, Pennsylvania, Presented October 10, 2000 “for outstanding performance in developing and implementing exemplary mining and reclamation methods that maintain sound environmental conditions. On the ground achievement at this site is a tribute to those responsible & a model for others to follow”.
U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Excellence in Surface Coal Mining Reclamation, Certificate of Achievement presented to Amerikohl Mining, Inc., Rush Strip Mine in recognition of becoming a 1994 finalist in the excellence in surface coal mining reclamation awards program, for accomplishments in reclamation.
The Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association Certificate of Honor, for Schott Identification Number 36-08262 Butler, PA. Is Hereby Recognized for Working 65,279 work hours from 10/1/1996 to 9/30/1997 without incurring a lost time injury. Given in the City of Washington in the District of Columbia, March 12, 1999.
The Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association Certificate of Honor, for Mine Identification Number 36-07973 Acme, PA . Is Hereby Recognized for Working 52,929 work hours from 10/1/1994 to 9/30/1998 without incurring a lost time injury. Given in the City of Washington in the District of Columbia, November 29, 1999.
The 1995 Three Rivers Environmental Award
The Interstate Mining Compact Commission Honorable Mention Coal Category presented to Amerikohl Mining, Inc., Leon Site, PA 1999.
(1989) West Virginia Mining and Reclamation Association “presents this certificate to Amerikohl Mining, Inc. in Harrison County, for the successful backfilling, regrading, and revegetation of its surface operation, in the face of tremendously adverse weather and pre-mining environmental conditions. The company’s persistence and tenacity resulted in a usable and productive site.”