MacLean Power Systems (MPS) is excited to announce its latest environmental initiative aimed at achieving Zero Waste to Landfill by 2026. Building on its commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship, MPS is taking concrete steps to reduce waste and minimize its impact on the environment.

This initiative aligns with MPS’ Mission Zero policy, which strives create an environment free from injuries, illness, and environmental incidences. By working towards Zero Waste to Landfill, MPS aims to significantly reduce its waste output and move towards a more environmentally friendly operation.

One MPS facility has already achieved Zero Waste to Landfill status, and another is in progress, showcasing MPS’ dedication to environmental excellence. This achievement is a testament to the hard work and commitment of MPS’ teams across the organization.

“We are proud to launch this new environmental initiative as part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability,” said Emily Johnson, Director of Environmental, Health and Safety at MPS. “By working towards Zero Waste to Landfill, we are not only reducing our environmental impact but also demonstrating our leadership in sustainable business practices.”

MPS is thrilled to celebrate this Earth Day by taking the next step in our environmental journey. By committing to Zero Waste to Landfill, we are actively protecting our environment for future generations by working to eliminate our waste today.

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