CLOVER Releases Annual Sustainability Report22 Aug, 2013
CHICAGO, IL – August 22, 2013 – Today, Clover Holdings, Inc., the global leader in the recovery, refurbishment, remanufacturing and redeployment of business assets including imaging supplies, cell phones, personal electronic devices, and telecommunications equipment, announced the release of its 2012 Sustainability Report.
This fourth annual sustainability report outlines the major environmental impacts of Clover’s business operations from January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012. The report examines the economic, environmental and social performance of Clover’s operations, reviews 2012 goals and achievements, and establishes 2013 objectives.
Notable Findings in the Report Include:
• Clover collected over 70.4 million cartridges and kept 49.9 million pounds of materials out of landfills
• The average ink cartridge contained over 97-percent post-consumer recycled content, the average toner cartridge contained over 90-percent post-consumer recycled content
• Clover offset 100% of its U.S. energy consumption with wind power and renewable energy credits
• Cut paper usage at its highest print test facility by 50%
“Since issuing our first sustainability report four years ago, we have made tremendous strides in our endeavor to preserve natural resources, use less energy, and reduce waste,” said Jim Cerkleski, CEO, Clover Holdings, Inc. “We continue to remain committed to the principal that we must ‘meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’ and this report clearly documents the impact of that commitment.”
To view Clover’s 2012 Sustainability Report, please go to http://www.clovertech.com/sustainable