Reyco Granning takes steps toward greater sustainability

Reyco Granning takes steps toward greater sustainability

Reyco Granning has been working to integrate sustainability into daily operations in ways that advance its business and honor its commitments as a responsible corporate citizen, it noted in a press release. Its efforts include:

  • In 2020 the company replaced all interior light fixtures with LED, this has reduced electricity usage by 30% or 693,000 kilowatt hours annually.
  • In 2021, Reyco Granning implemented modern air compressors and dryers greatly improving the quality of compressed air and reducing electricity usage by an additional 2.5%.
  • Most recently, the company has added new aluminum recycling bins, installed programmable thermostats, and eliminated rodent traps.
  • In the spring of 2022, it will be planting trees on unused acreage.

When asked his thoughts President John Stuart shared this: “These small measures reduce our carbon footprint, preserve nature, and keep our employees more comfortable. My leadership team will continue seeking these sorts of opportunities going forward.”

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