Electronic Industries is committed to the following:
During the past several years Electronic Industries has been very aggressive in the reduction of wastes generated and recycling. The following is a list of achievements that have been made:
By reducing, recycling, and process management, Electronic Industries has reduced the amount of wastes generated. In doing so, we have moved from a Large Quantity Generator to a Small Quantity Generator.
During the past several years, by using better process controls and equipment purchases, we have reduced the amount of sludge generated by our Waste Treatment Area from 52,000 pounds per year to 4,800 pounds.
By stepping up our recycling program, we have reduced the amount of garbage produced by 75%. This was completed by working with a local recycling company and having them take cardboard, paper, plastic, backup material, aluminum, and many other materials that would normally end up in the garbage.
In 1994, Electronic Industries became one of the industry leaders in removing formaldehyde from the manufacturing process. This has been instrumental in making a safer work environment for Electronic Industries employees.
During the past 5 years, Electronic Industries has not generated any hazardous wastes that have been sent to landfills. Electronic Industries recycles 100% of all wastes that are generated. This is done in an industry that measures its hazardous waste sent to landfills in the tons.
We have reduced the water usage by 34% while increasing production. Electronic Industries presently uses 43% less water than the national average printed circuit board manufacturer. This has been completed with the combined efforts of management, engineering, and the production operators using process changes and procedure controls.
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