Clover Technologies Group Releases 7th Annual Sustainability Report
By Ginger Leaven Associate General Counsel
CHICAGO, IL –May 12, 2016 – Today Clover Technologies Group, the global leader in the recovery, refurbishment, remanufacturing and redeployment of business and electronic assets, announced the release of its 2015 Sustainability Report, demonstrating its commitment to environmental sustainability.
This seventh annual sustainability report highlights the major environmental impacts of Clover’s imaging supplies, wireless and telecom business operations from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015. The report demonstrates Clover’s commitment towards 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:
·Clover collected over 34 million cartridges and salvaged over 6 million components to be reused in their remanufacturing operations.
·More than 4800 trees were planted through PrintReleaf, a program introduced late in 2015.
·Over $1.1 million in funding was created through recycling partnerships with participating school and non-profit organizations.
·Clover’s wireless operations collected over 6 million devices and diverted 798,614 pounds from the landfill.
“We are proud of our accomplishments this year and committed to continually making sustainability a priority throughout our global operations. 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,” states Jim Cerkleski, CEO, Clover Holdings, Inc.
About Clover Technologies Group Clover is the global leader in the recovery, refurbishment, remanufacturing and repurposing of business and electronic assets, including toner and ink cartridges, wireless devices, personal electronic devices and telecommunications equipment. Clover’s major divisions include Clover Imaging Group, Clover Wireless and Clover Telecom. Founded in 1996, Clover is one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States with over 60 locations worldwide. Clover is also the world’s largest collector and recycler of empty ink and toner cartridges in the aftermarket imaging supplies industry and provides comprehensive recycling services for small electronics including wireless devices as well as electronic asset lifecycle management. The complete line of Clover’s quality toner and ink is available through leading office products distributors and resellers and marketed under a variety of private label brands. Additionally, Clover offers a comprehensive portfolio of products and reverse logistics solutions for wireless devices including private label programs. To learn more, visit http://www.clovertech.com.