Going Green Mission Statement For more than a decade Universal Warehousing/SLA Transport/Ace Service Center, Inc, has endeavored to make a postive impact, on the environment by implementing responsible practices for the conservation of energy and natural resources and the reduction of waste. We are committed to cost-saving measures to prevent pollution and minimize our overall environmental impact.
Commitment to increase efficiency and reduce pollution & waste, these are the first steps for our company! Recycle; re-use what we can, reduce consumption, waste and pollution. Conserve Energy, water, natural resources and compliance with all environmental regulations. We strive to use environmentally friendly products and educate our employees, customers and the community on environmental responsibility and the importance of making responsible decisions.
For Universal Warehousing, SLA Transport & Ace Service Center, Inc. going “green” is much more than a day, a week, or even a month – the efforts we make today should be a part of our daily routine, leaving a better planet for future generations. Together we can make a difference, resolving to become a model for environmental leadership throughout our industry
SUMMARY OF OUR “ GOING GREEN’ EFFORTS
All business can have either a direct or indirect impact on local, regional and global environment, therefore Universal Warehousing, SLA Transport & Ace Service Center, Inc, has developed a “Going Green Policy to minimize their environmental impact. All employees are encouraged to conserve energy, re-use, recycle, reduce consumption of waste and be in compliance with all environmental regulations.
The following is a brief outline of the policy for our employees to follow: A “GREEN FIBER” recyclable container is available for all employees to use located at “D” Dock to be used for recycling newspapers, magazines, printed-paper, paper bags, empty boxes, etc. Use both sides of copy paper when appropriate for faxing or copying. Use only recycled paper products: toilet tissue, household towels and garbage bags. Recycle junk mail after deleting any personal information from it.
Notify Magazines to take your name off their mailing list if you no longer want their publications. Use recycled envelopes and office supplies. Separate garbage from trash. Separate Bottles & Cans for recycling. Recycle old computers, toners, cartridges, many companies offer recycling programs.
Our current Office and Janitorial Supplier W.B. MASON have a recycle program and our old toners etc are returned. Turn off lights, heaters and any electronic device when not in use. Shut down computers at the end of the day to conserve energy.
Use e-mail when possible unless an alternative communication is requested. Recycle or donate your own personal cell phones to Wireless Recycling, ATT or Verizon who refurbish and are used to benefit victims of domestic violence