Future Electronics President Robert Miller Thanks Employees for Supporting National Denim Day

Montreal, Canada – Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, participated in The Cure Foundation’s fundraising effort to support the fight against breast cancer. National Denim Day took place on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Many Future Electronics employees wore jeans to work and made contributions toward the campaign. This year, Future Electronics employees raised over…

“Earth Day” Mentality Here to Stay

As we celebrate the 49th Earth Day in history, it is exciting to see how global this day has become. Over one billion people across 192 countries participate, making it the largest world-wide day of civic action. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay As sustainability increasingly becomes a globally recognized issues, we’re now seeing consumers…

EDF Unveils Crowdsourced Platform to Accelerate Corporate Sustainability

(WASHINGTON, D.C. – Feb. 27, 2019) – A new crowdsourced web platform launched today aims to help sustainability professionals meet increasing demands to reduce corporate climate and chemical footprints and showcase results. The platform will fill a vital gap in sustainability departments’ capacity to stay informed on the latest resources to address environmental impacts across…

More Than 7 Million Pounds of Batteries Diverted from Landfills and Recycled in 2018

Atlanta  – January 23, 2019 – U.S. consumers recycled 7.2 million pounds of batteries in 2018 through the Call2Recycle program, according to the organization. These outcomes underscore the program’s mission to responsibly recycle consumer batteries while increasing consumer focus on battery safety. Since the program’s inception in 1994, more than 115 million pounds of batteries have been collected…

Reducing Emissions & Costs in the Electronics Supply Chain

Electronics manufacturers are asking for more sustainability data from suppliers as the meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility extends further up and down the supply chain. These conversations are opportunities to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from a potentially significant source: freight transportation. From materials-sourcing to manufacturing, distribution, take-back, and recycling, transportation-related GHG emissions data can…