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A&E Achieves Zero Waste to Landfill
American & Efird (A&E), Mount Holly, N.C., recently announced that it has achieved 100% zero waste to landfill in each of its United States manufacturing facilities, as well as its two corporate office buildings.
A&E has followed its Eco*Driven principles since the inception of the program in 1990.
“We started our environmental journey with a well-designed and organized company initiative of sustainability,” says John Eapen, vice president of environmental, health and safety/sustainability. “Reaching 100% zero waste to landfill is a great milestone and is just one example of the many things we are doing as a company in our longstanding commitment to protecting our environment, from water conservation efforts, to state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facilities, to reducing our overall global carbon footprint.”
A&E continues to abide by its pledge to create a better world through responsible corporate actions, environmentally protective efforts and numerous contributions to the communities in which it operates.
For more information, visit amefird.com. — L.V.
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