INX International Ink Co. once again has been recognized for a commitment to environmental stewardship as its Charlotte, NC, facility is now certified ISO 14001 compliant. Official recognition followed the recent audit of operational practices at the world’s largest 2-piece metal decorating ink plant.
ISO 14000-level requirements are heavily oriented toward environmental issues, including standards for waste reduction, water and energy usage. Charlotte is the second INX International plant to be certified ISO 14001 compliant in addition to its ISO 9001 certification. INX’ Dunkirk, NY, facility was dual-certified in 1996, when it became the first-ever ink facility in the U.S. to achieve ISO 14001 compliancy status.
“This achievement demonstrates how environmental responsibility also makes sound business sense,” said Rick Clendenning, INX International Ink Co. president and CEO. “I extend my congratulations to everyone
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