Clover Releases Seventh-Annual Sustainability Report
Monday, May 16, 2016
Clover Technologies Group has released its 2015 Sustainability Report.
This seventh-annual sustainability report highlights the major environmental impacts of Clover's imaging supplies, wireless and telecom business operations from Jan. 1, 2015, through Dec. 31, 2015. The report demonstrates Clover's commitment toward improving and creating a more sustainable environment. One of the major themes of the report is the concept of reuse, which is at the core of Clover's business.
Key findings in the report include:
"We are proud of our accomplishments this year and are committed to continually making sustainability a priority throughout our global operations," said Jim Cerkleski, CEO, Clover Holdings Inc. "Our ability to extend the life of materials and provide our customers with innovative solutions to maximize the useful life of cartridges, cell phones and telecom equipment is an integral part of our business."
- Clover collected more than 34 million cartridges and salvaged more than 6 million components to be reused in its remanufacturing operations.
- More than 4,800 trees were planted through PrintReleaf, a program introduced late in 2015.
- More than $1.1 million in funding was created through recycling partnerships with participating school and non-profit organizations.
- Clover's wireless operations collected more than 6 million devices and diverted 798,614 pounds from landfills.
To view Clover's 2015 Sustainability Report, click here.