Must one sacrifice quality for the environment?
We at Thomson-Shore maintain our high quality standards while using recycled materials and recycling materials we would otherwise waste. Let us explain and illustrate to you how we achieve this:
If you took a tour of our facilities you would notice containers throughout our plant that are identified by the type of materials that should be put in them. For example, one container collects plastic cups or bottles, while another collects paper scraps. In our cafeteria you find containers for cans, plastic goods and paper trash. At every office desk, there are two waste paper baskets, one for recyclable items and the other for non-recyclable trash. We use recycled inkjet and laser printer cartridges and save our used cartridges for future recycling. Each employee at Thomson-Shore makes the effort to contribute to our recycling program and it has been a great success.
Lets move to the manufacturing side and show you how we have taken the lead in our industry to help preserve our environment. The following is a listing of items that we used that are recycled and/or environmentally friendly. You will also notice the responsibility that we have taken upon ourselves to recycle materials.
The above are some of the ways that we are working towards making a positive contribution to our environment. We don't claim to be perfect but we are trying hard to make a difference.
Recycling and the Bottom Line -Click here to view our income that Thomson-Shore receives from our recycling effort.
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