Pitney Bowes Reclaims 1 Million+ Pounds of Equipment in 2008
Pitney Bowes says it has recovered nearly 1.1 million pounds of U.S. equipment and parts in 2008 for recycling or remanufacturing.
Pitney Bowes uses a ‘Design for Environmental Quality’ standard in designing its products, and 95 percent of the company’s mailing equipment parts are recyclable. EL featured a video of Carole Bilson, VP of Global Design and Usability, discussing the companies environmentally-conscious design.
Pitney Bowes also participates in the EPA’s WasteWise program, and has reduced fuel use by millions of dollars with more efficient customer service practices.
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