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What kind of information does ICM, Inc., collect?

Personally Identifiable Information Collection and Use

This Website only collects personally identifiable information from you if you choose to provide this information to us. Examples of personally identifiable information collected with your consent include name, e-mail address, information on an employment application or resume, or any inquiries you may make through our Website. ICM, Inc., will not disclose this information to any third party. The following are the uses we make of such personally identifiable information.

  1. We review your potential suitability for an available career opportunity. Any information submitted by persons seeking employment will be forwarded to the Human Resources Department of ICM, Inc., and will be retained for six months. It will not be used for any other purpose.
  2. If you provide information regarding facility-related problems or concerns, we will forward that information to the appropriate ICM, Inc., employees and/or sub-contractors responsible for responding to your inquiry, so they may accurately respond to your inquiry. We will retain such information indefinitely.
  3. We also may use the information we collect from our inquiry forms to develop a database of frequently asked questions. While we reserve the right to use any general information you submit, (i.e. problems with belts on a specific piece of machinery) for this database, we will not store such information with any personally identifiable information about either you or the facility you are referencing. Upon future cataloging and publication of this information into a searchable database on our Website, neither the person submitting the inquiry nor the facility referenced in the inquiry will be identified.
  4. If required by law to do so, we will disclose personally identifiable information in response to a Court order, warrant, or other comparable legal instrument with which our legal advisors direct us to comply.
  5. From time to time, ICM, Inc., will outsource certain services relating to the operation of Website functions. For example, we may hire a programmer to add new capabilities to our Website. In this case, we may be required to permit the service provider access to information you supply online in order to properly manage our Website. We will require that the service provider acting on our behalf abides by our Privacy Policy and institutes safeguards to protect the confidentiality of your personally identifiable information.

 

Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of data that are saved on your computer’s hard drive by your Internet browser. This Website does not currently use cookies. Future Website development may, however, require the use of cookies. Our Privacy Policy will be updated if and when that change takes place.

Non-personally identifiable information

This Website also may collect information from you that is not personally identifiable. We may record information about your visit to the site without recording any personal information. For example, our Web server monitors our Website traffic and develops certain statistics, including the number of Website visitors, pages most frequently accessed, and the browser type used to access our Website.

How will ICM, Inc., use the information it collects?

The information collected by this Website is used only for replying to your inquiries, for creating a database of information to better serve our customers, for processing employment application information, and for the administration, review, and improvement of our Website.

You agree that by providing your e-mail address in our inquiry forms, ICM, Inc., may contact you in response to your comments or inquiries, or to proceed with steps necessary in the pre-employment process. If you decide that you do not want to receive further e-mails regarding your inquiry from ICM, Inc., you may reply to our e-mail and ask us to remove you from our contact list, or you may call 316-977-6118 and ask to be removed.

Will ICM, Inc., sell my information?

ICM, Inc., respects your privacy and does not and will never sell, rent, or lease any personally identifiable information to any third party.
Is my personally identifiable information secure?

ICM, Inc., takes the security of your personally identifiable information very seriously. We have taken significant precautions to provide secure transmission through our server. In the event we request or transmit sensitive information, we use industry standard, secure socket layer ("SSL") encryption.

We strictly limit access of personally identifiable information to only those ICM, Inc., employees who need the information in order to carry out their job responsibilities or to answer your inquiries. All secure information is stored in an area where only our Web Master and our IT Manager have access. Information received is processed in two ways. If the information relates to an application for employment, it is forwarded to our Human Resources department, which is responsible for it from that point forward. If the information is an inquiry, it is forwarded to the person/department most capable of responding. The question and the response are then sent back to the Web Master, who catalogs them on our secure server and forwards the information back to you.

Will ICM, Inc., change the privacy policy?

ICM, Inc., reserves the right to change, alter, or amend this Privacy Policy at any time, and such changes will be posted on this page. Your continued use of our Website signifies your agreement to both our Website’s Privacy Policy and our Terms & Conditions of Use.

Terms & Conditions of Use

Thank you for your interest in ICM, Inc., and for visiting our Website, icminc.com. By accessing and using this Website, you agree to accept and be legally bound by our Terms & Conditions of Use. If you do not agree to these Terms & Conditions of Use, please do not use our Website.

General

We reserve the right to change our Terms & Conditions of Use at any time. Changes will be posted on this page, and your use of this Website after such changes have been posted will signify your agreement to the modified Terms & Conditions of Use.

Proprietary Rights

This Website is maintained by ICM, Inc., of Colwich, Kansas. The entirety of this Website, including but not limited to text, images, photographs, video, graphics, downloadable forms and presentations, and the links (the Contents), constitute proprietary property and are protected by copyrights, trademarks, and other forms of legal protection available for proprietary property. We have endeavored to accurately display the service marks of other companies whose products and/or services are listed in the Contents. All rights, title, and interest in the Contents are owned by, licensed to, or controlled by ICM, Inc.

Restrictions on Material or Content Usage

This Website may not be used in any manner inconsistent with the Terms & Conditions of Use or for any illegal or unlawful purpose. Without the prior written permission of ICM, Inc., which permission may be withheld in our sole and arbitrary discretion, the Contents of this Website may not be wholly or partially reproduced, republished, recorded, posted, linked to, adapted, modified, or distributed in any manner.

Use of the Contents of this Website for any purpose other than personal use, or use approved by ICM, Inc., shall be considered a violation of ICM, Inc.’s copyright and other proprietary property rights, and such unauthorized use may be actionable under law.

Rights To Access

ICM, Inc., reserves the right to deny, limit, or restrict access to this Website to any person, organization, or I.P. address, at any time and for any reason, without notice, and such denial, limitation, and/or restriction shall be without recourse to or against ICM, Inc.

Links from our Website to other Websites

Hyperlinks to other Websites are provided exclusively for the convenience of the visitors to our Website. The contents of the linked Websites, and the goods and services offered through such linked sites, are neither maintained nor otherwise controlled by ICM, Inc. Therefore, ICM, Inc., disclaims all responsibility and liability for the availability, content, accuracy, or reliability of the linked Websites. If you choose to select a hyperlink and visit a linked Website, you will be doing so at your own risk.

Links to our Website from other Websites

If you post a link to this Website or any of its Contents, such usage is unauthorized unless ICM, Inc., has granted you written permission to do so. Whether you have received such permission, your usage constitutes your agreement to be bound by these Terms & Conditions of Use. ICM, Inc., will post all changes to our Terms of Use on this site, and your continued usage of links to our Website constitutes your agreement and acceptance of the posted changes.

ICM, Inc., reserves the right, to be exercised in its sole and arbitrary discretion, to disable any links to, or frames in any site we deem inappropriate for any reason, including but not limited to any linked site’s usage of profanity, defamatory information, indecent or illegal topics. ICM, Inc., also reserves the right to disable any links or framing not authorized by us. Your linkage to our Website constitutes your waiver of all claims of every kind and character against ICM, Inc., in the event we exercise the discretionary rights noted in this paragraph, including but not limited to claims for actual, consequential, special, and punitive damages and recovery of economic losses.

Privacy Policy

ICM, Inc., has developed a privacy policy to protect the personally identifiable information of users of our Website. We do not, nor will we ever, sell information collected through our Website to a third party. However, by providing your e-mail address in our inquiry forms, you signify your agreement to having ICM, Inc.’s representative contact you in response to your comments or inquiries. For more details, please see our Privacy Policy in its entirety.

Disclaimers of Warranties and Liability

The Contents of this Website are provided on an "as is" basis. ICM, Inc., expressly disclaims all express and implied warranties of every kind and character as to the Contents of this Website, and further disclaims all liability for claims related to alleged deficiencies in the accuracy, completeness, reliability, timeliness, availability, or fitness for any particular purpose of the Contents of this Website. ICM, Inc., makes no representation of any kind that the Contents available through this Website will be uninterrupted or error-free, that any defects in this Website will be corrected within a specific period of time, or that this Website and its associated server are free from viruses, worms, other harmful or invasive elements, or the threat of breach by hacking or other unauthorized intrusions.

These Terms & Conditions of Use shall be governed in accordance with laws of the State of Kansas, in the United States of America, without regard to its internal conflict of laws principles.

As a leader in the ethanol industry, ICM, Inc. strives to be a valuable resource for people seeking information about ethanol and the technology behind it. Below, we’ve compiled answers to the inquiries we receive most often. If you don’t find an answer here, please feel free to contact us for more information.


Construction/Sales

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Q. I want to build an ethanol plant. Who do I contact?

A. Our business development department can answer your initial questions and will work with you to determine if we’re able to meet your needs.

 

Q. Does ICM support its plants after they’re built?

A. ICM is committed to keeping our plants up and running 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In fact, we even offer a Plant Support 24-hour HOTLINE (877-456-8588) exclusively for ICM customers.

 

Q. I want to purchase a dryer/thermal oxidizer. Who do I contact?

A. Someone from our dryer team will be glad to help you.

 

Q. I have heard there is an ethanol plant under construction in my community. Is ICM involved?

A. ICM is involved in about two out of three ethanol plants under construction across the United States as well as several international projects. Check out our Project Portfolio to see if your plant is listed.

 

Q. I want to provide services to ICM. What is your procedure to get on a bidder's list?

A. Someone from our procurement team can help you.

 

Ethanol

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Q. Is ethanol OK for my car?

A. Not only is it OK, but ethanol fuel is actually good for your engine. E10 (a 10% ethanol blend) is warranted for use by every major automobile manufacturer, while E85 (an 85% ethanol blend) is for use exclusively in flex-fuel vehicles.

 

Ethanol Production

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Q. Is discharge water from a wastewater utility feasible to use in ethanol production?

A. Occasionally, treated effluent can be used for cooling tower makeup, but it’s not recommended for the ethanol process. The makeup of discharged pollutants is important to consider, because some dissolved minerals can cause major fouling and/or corrosion issues within a system.

 

Q. I know ICM is the expert when it comes to cereal grain fermentation, but what about feedstock like sugarcane, potatoes, waste wood, and switch grass?

A. Currently ICM-designed plants utilize corn, wheat, or milo, and we are researching other materials. While there are several methods to make cellulosic conversion happen, none have been proven on a commercial scale. We are currently evaluating the different methods, as well as researching our own ideas.

 

Human Resources

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Q. ICM sounds like a great place to work. How do I apply?

A. ICM is always looking for aggressive, creative thinkers who are excited by the challenges and rewards that innovation brings. Check out our Employment section.

 

ICM-Related

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Q. What does ICM stand for?

A. While many people think ICM is an acronym, it isn’t. We like to think that ICM stands for the first choice in designing, building, and supporting ethanol plants.

 

Q. How does ICM support the agricultural/ethanol industry?

A. ICM supports the agricultural industry in many ways. We design plants that increase the value of corn and support rural economies. For instance, our plants maintain low operating and maintenance costs while providing operator training and a process guarantee. ICM promotes the use of ethanol at the consumer level as a member of Growth Energy. We also keep ethanol producers up-to-date on technology that can make their plants more effective, efficient, and environmentally friendly. Our research and development team continues to look for more efficient ways to create ethanol. And, the ICM Environmental Compliance System compiles plant environmental data in a user-friendly format that helps plants monitor their compliance with all state and federal regulations. We even help re-start plants that have previously been shut down due to various problems.

 

Investment Opportunities

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Q. How do I invest in ICM?

A. We’re a privately held company, so we don’t offer stock.

 

Logo Use

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Q. How do I get a copy of ICM’s logo?

A. Please visit the News section under Press kits for logo information.

 

Q. I work at ICM and want to buy some branded clothing. What website do I visit?

A. You can purchase great ICM gear online from the ICM Store. Someone on ICM’s marketing communications team will be able to help you with your user name and password.

Not sure about making a purchase without seeing the item "in person"? You can now try before you buy at the ICM Store showroom, located in the break room on the second floor of the North Campus.

 

Racing Sponsorships

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Q. I heard ICM sponsors race cars. Tell me more.

A. ICM sponsors several ethanol-powered race cars in an effort to demonstrate ethanol’s superior performance ability to race fans. We take applications for sponsorship requests throughout the year, and make our sponsorship decisions for the following year in early November. Those interested in sponsorship should submit proposals before October to:

ICM, Inc., Race Sponsorship

P.O. Box 397, 310 N. First Street

Colwich, KS 67030

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At ICM, Inc., we take seriously the safety and well-being of our employees, customers, and contractors in the field – making the personal safety and health for every individual the utmost importance.

By defining and implementing core elements through our internal safety program, ICM strives to achieve an effective, comprehensive program which prevents occupational injuries and illnesses that surpasses the best experience of operations similar to ours.

We provide information about hazards, hazard controls, safety and health rules, and emergency response procedures to all employees through mandatory, annual safety training, and ensure that all contractors are aware of their safety and health responsibilities while on work property.

We encourage all employees to participate with a genuine, wholehearted involvement in all aspects of the safety and health, including: compliance with all OSHA Safety and Health standards, internal policies, and continuously practicing careful, sound judgment.

Employees are also encouraged to report job-related illnesses, injuries, and incidents, and are provided prompt responses to reported incidents and hazard control situations.


Our program includes the following major elements:

  • Management Leadership and Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Hazard Identification and Assessment
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
  • Evaluation of Program Effectiveness
  • Contractor Safety and Health Programs
  • Worksite Analysis