Domino Sugar Refinery Unveils Latest Improvements in Locust Point

| November 29, 2016 | 0 Comments


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Sustainable enhancements to Baltimore Refinery include new high-end fence, branding graphics, landscaping and storm water treatment area

The Domino Sugar Baltimore Refinery is unveiling a number of improvements to the perimeter of its 24-acre Locust Point property.

“For several years, we have been making significant investments to improve the exterior of our facility, beginning with the pressure washing, restoration and painting of our historic buildings and, more recently, the replacement of more than 250 windows.  Our latest improvements represent one of the biggest enhancements to the face of the refinery, which are adding value to the neighborhood,” said Peter O’Malley, Vice President of Corporate Relations.

Improvements include:

  • A 2,000-foot-long black steel picket fence to replace original 1922 iron fencing and decades-old chain link and barbed wire.
  • Two new branding signs: one at the gate with company logos that says, “Made in Baltimore Since 1922,” and a vintage Domino Sugar® sign on the east side of the property.
  • 0.5 acre of green space that includes 16 trees and dozens of native bushes and plants
  • A new retaining wall for the truck lot at Key Highway East and Stevenson Street that incorporates a modular biofiltration system to treat storm water.

“We’ve been operating here continuously for 94 years and our production has never been higher.  We will continue to provide good jobs for the people of Baltimore, make quality products, and strive to be a good corporate neighbor,” said O’Malley.

About ASR Group
ASR Group is the world’s largest refiner and marketer of cane sugar, with an annual production capacity of more than 6 million tons of sugar. The company produces a full line of grocery, industrial, food service and specialty sweetener products. Across North America, ASR Group owns and operates six sugar refineries, located in New York, California, Maryland, Louisiana, Canada and Mexico. The company also owns Belize’s only sugar mill. In the European Union, the company owns and operates sugar refineries in the United Kingdom, Portugal and Italy, as well as a sugar production facility in Germany. The company’s brand portfolio includes Domino®, C&H®, Florida Crystals®, Redpath®, Tate & Lyle®, Lyle’s®, Sidul® and Notadolce®.  The Domino Sugar refinery in Baltimore provides 620 direct jobs and more than $150 million in local economic activity for the City.  Visit

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