EGC Critical Components Commits To Greening Their Business

By: EGC Critical Components
June 16, 2014 - PRLog -- Humble, TX – EGC Critical Components designs, engineers and manufactures thermoplastic and elastomeric components that make critical applications perform.  Their state-of-the-art manufacturing process and materials require excellence in engineering and manufacturing. Reinforcing their values of ethical responsibility to their employees, their community, and the environment, EGC has joined the Green Business Bureau, which is a national membership organization that uses an online assessment to certify green businesses.

EGC takes pride in implementing sustainable business practices within its operations. The green initiatives the company already has in place include the recycling of production scrap, paper, plastic, cardboard, metal shavings, oil, oily water, batteries, electronic equipment, and wood. Employees in the break room also use reusable glasses, mugs and silverware.

The Green Business Bureau is helping EGC achieve their green goals by providing the framework, tools and sources to assist the company with their ongoing initiatives as they work toward their goal of reducing their carbon footprint. Management understands the importance of reducing waste and of the necessity for the continued implementation of sustainable actions, demonstrating their current and future dedication to the health of the environment.

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About EGC Critical Components: EGC Critical Components is an engineering company, manufacturer, and full service company that supplies highly engineered polymer solutions to performance critical applications in multiple markets. They are strategically focused on midstream and downstream oil and gas with an emphasis on applying the solutions for pumps, valves and compressors. Additionally they provide innovative, high-performance solutions with world-class capabilities for a variety of industries including general industry, chemical processing, nuclear, aerospace and defense, semiconductor and medical equipment.

Contact: EGC Critical Components 8103 Rankin Rd., Humble, TX 77396 P: 281.774.6100; Michael Boylan, General Manager P: 281.913.8177; Patti Saurage, Human Resources Manager (Green Team Captain) P: 281.913.8169

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