We knew we would have to make our commitments in writing,
and that they would be scrutinized by our Employees
and the Community. It meant that profits would now appear
as the by-product of the successful implementation of
these commitments and not as our primary business objective.
In other words; we would maintain a low rejection rate
because it reduces waste, not because it makes us more
money. The concept was new and not without risks.
In order to achieve our Mission Objectives, we have
created a set of ethical guidelines and statements about
how we are to conduct ourselves throughout our day to
day activities. These "Guidelines for Good Stewardship"
were to be at the top of our hierarchical structure,
and all other policies, programs and documentation were
created to support them.
It is our belief that through their unified success
we would make decisions that are "Economically Sound",
as well as " Environmentally and Socially Responsible".
The results of which would be seen through the successful
stewardship of a company we could all be proud of.
Well, the results are in and I must say they have exceeded
all of our expectations. We are closer to Zero-waste
today than we've ever been. Our Quality and Performance
records consistently rank above 98%. Profits are up,
and, yes, we are proud of our environmental achievements.
The information in this web-site is being provided with
the hope that others will share in our commitment to
Zero-Waste manufacturing and help to re-define what
it means to be a business success.
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