Company Overview of Reddy Ice Corporation
Reddy Ice Corporation engages in the manufacture and distribution of packaged ice products in the United States. The company produces ice in cube, half-moon, cylindrical, and crushed forms, as well as in block forms. It serves various customers, including supermarket chains, mass merchants, convenience stores, wholesale ice and food distributors, commercial and industrial users, bars and restaurants, sporting and other special event venues, and agricultural buyers under the Reddy Ice brand name. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Reddy Ice Corporation is a subsidiary of Reddy Ice Holdings, Inc.
8750 North Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75231
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for Reddy Ice Corporation
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Reddy Ice Corporation Key Developments
Reddy Ice Corporation to Pay Penalty and Improve Accident Prevention and Preparedness at Denver Facility
May 30 13
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced a Clean Air Act settlement in which Reddy Ice Corporation has agreed to pay a $61,500 penalty and correct deficiencies associated with the risk management program at its facility in Denver, Colo. According to the settlement, Reddy Ice allegedly violated the risk management plan provisions of the Clean Air Act by failing to ensure storage vessels containing hazardous chemicals were constructed according to industry standards and providing insufficient documentation in plans designed to mitigate on-site hazards. These deficiencies were discovered during an EPA inspection of the ice manufacturer’s facility in north Denver on December 5, 2010. The Reddy Ice facility is subject to the risk management provisions of the Clean Air Act due to its on-site quantity of anhydrous ammonia, an acutely toxic chemical. As a result of the agreement, the company will take steps to ensure that process vessels containing ammonia are properly constructed and will update the facility's risk management plan. Ready Ice has agreed to correct the deficiencies within 60 days. Under the Clean Air Act, operations such as the Reddy Ice facility must develop and implement a risk management plan to assist with emergency preparedness, chemical release prevention, and minimization of releases that occur. EPA Inspectors found that the facility had not adequately implemented these regulations. EPA's action will benefit residents, including significant low-income and minority populations, in the vicinity of the Reddy Ice facility by reducing the possibility of exposure to anhydrous ammonia. This settlement will also ensure proper safety practices are in place to protect employees and first responders from the threat of dangerous chemical releases.
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