Clover Technologies Group has released their annual sustainability report highlighting major environmental achievements and charitable initiatives from its global enterprises undertaken in 2016.
Clover’s Sustainability Report details its ongoing commitment to strengthening the company’s environmental objectives, improving its environmental footprint, and empowering its employees to make a difference.
The report highlights how the company collected a total of nearly 50 million units across its global business units and recycled over 6 million lbs of materials in 2016. A green initiative included planting over 50,000 new trees in 2016.
Among the key elements of the report were that Clover Imaging remanufactured nearly 18 million cartridges in 2016.
Also Clover Wireless collected 4,885,525 total units and Clover Telecom diverted 51,430 parts from landfills.
“At Clover, we are doing more, with less,” said Jim Cerkleski, CEO of Clover Technologies Group. “Sustainability is integrated into the very fabric of our company. Our commitment to global sustainability can be seen throughout our enterprise, from our collections programs to research and development to packaging and distribution. We look for ways to do it better with the least impact on the environment.”