There's a lot of sustainable thinking that goes into every Server product and idea, whether seen or unseen. Our sustainable manufacturing techniques are gaining momentum and making a difference.
Server Products has committed itself to preserving the environment by recognizing the impact from the manufacturing processes and subsequent use of our products. As a responsible corporate partner, we continually look for ways to improve our impact on the environment for both Server and our customers. Here are a few of the examples how Server Products has moved to be greener.
- Manufacturing waste water is collected and taken to offsite reclamation facilities.
- Production facility lighting was switched from inefficient sodium-vapor lighting to highly efficient fluorescent lamps, reducing our lighting energy usage by 50%.
- Old computer equipment is sent to recycling facilities for reclamation of metals such as lead, mercury and gold.
- Manufacturing scrap metal is collected and recycled.
- Waste paper and cardboard is collected and recycled. A minimum of 60% recycled cardboard is used in our packaging.
- A large line of flexible packaging dispensers offer 92 – 98% evacuation of product.
- Through the use of flexible packaging systems, less packaging waste is going into landfills.
- Our dispensers offer lifelong use and consistency of portion when compared to plastic disposable pumps.
- Dispensing out of bulk containers with Server pumps in lieu of portion packs is a more sustainable option.
- Many of Server’s products are made with stainless steel which is 100% recyclable.
- Server continually looks at the components used in production to ensure they are RoHS compliant.
- RoHS directive calls for the “restriction of use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.”
- Two-year warranty shows Server’s commitment to providing durable and reliable products. Through quality comes less waste.
- Utilities monitoring and efficient control systems minimize our energy consumption.
- State-of-the-art environmentally friendly water treatment system was developed in collaboration with the University of WI, USA.