Freeman Audio Visual Canada has made the REfficient Waste Diversion Champions list for the third year in a row.
REfficient is an online marketplace that allows companies to buy quality telecom, AV and IT equipment at significant discounts from sustainable sources. The Waste Diversion Champions list recognizes companies that have reached impressive levels of reusing, buying, reselling and recycling surplus assets.
“We acknowledge Freeman for embracing the reduce-reuse-recycle concept,” said REfficient CEO Stephanie McLarty. “The company continues to demonstrate leadership in sustainability by putting the three R’s into practice with their surplus equipment as well as sharing their results publicly with pride and enthusiasm.”
The Waste Diversion Champions program recognized 18 companies that diverted at least 1,000 pounds from landfills in the last year through buying, reusing, reselling or recycling their surplus assets. The program has three recognition levels. Freeman is included in the Master Level, which means it has diverted 10,000 to 99,999 pounds from landfills.
“Sustainable equipment management continues to be an integral part of our company culture,” said David Campbell, executive vice-president and COO, Freeman Audio Visual Canada. “We are grateful to REfficient for providing us with a recycling solution that aligns with our company corporate social responsibility goals.”