Green Bay, Wisconsin (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
FEECO International, Inc. has again achieved the distinction of “Green Professional” from the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. As a Green Professional, FEECO is recognized as having taken action in ten key areas of sustainability defined by the council and has demonstrated continual commitment to sustainability in their facility.
“It is vital that businesses integrate sustainability into all aspects of their operations. FEECO’s commitment to the environment is represented not only by the waste transformation solutions we provide as a company, but also by what we do in our day-to-day business,” stated Nick Reckinger, Process Sales & Sustainability Coordinator at FEECO. “Being a part of the Green Masters program helps us quantify our current sustainability efforts while generating potential initiatives for the future.”
FEECO, a leader in equipment manufacturing and waste transformation, has a history of providing sustainable opportunities for their customers. Their waste-to-value processing solutions assist customers in diverting tons of wastes from landfills each year. Since their initial acceptance to the program in 2011, FEECO has continually made efforts, both big and small, to enhance sustainability practices within their operations. Recent sustainability initiatives include replacing paper towels with hand dryers in facility restrooms, adjusting printer defaults to reduce paper waste, supplying recycling bins throughout the offices, and reducing overall energy consumption at each computer workstation.
The Green Masters Program independently reviews and recognizes Wisconsin businesses who are establishing sustainability credentials. Developed by the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin, the Green Masters Program is the state’s largest and most recognized sustainability recognition program. Recognition from the program is tiered, with the Green Professional designation being the second-highest tier in this points-based program. For more information on the program, as well as a complete list of participants, visit the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council’s website.
For more information on FEECO’s sustainability efforts, or to learn more about FEECO’s waste-to-value processing solutions, visit feeco.com.