50 ways to be more sustainable at work – in your manufacturing plant, office, restrooms, breakroom and in the community.
Browse below for articles on achieving Zero Landfill at your manufacturing facility.
Environmental observances and world day campaigns are a great way to raise awareness for a cause that is meaningful to you or your company. You can use these days to support your own sustainability efforts.
You can use Life Cycle Thinking (LCT) to gain a holistic perspective of your operation’s environmental footprint – from concept, purchasing, manufacturing, and distribution- to end-of-life by your customers. By revealing the big picture, a life cycle approach ensures that you aren’t improving in one area at the expense of another.
Waste streams for industrial materials can be difficult to deal with. Today, we’re going to share 25 ways to reduce, reuse, or recycle the industrial waste at your facility. Many of these examples are utilized by some of the world’s biggest and best manufacturers.
Today, we’re going to share 7 simple ways to conduct a spill prevention and containment audit at your facility. In fact, these are some of the same strategies we use at ITU AbsorbTech as part of our Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan.
Are you spearheading a new sustainability initiative for your company? Looking for ideas to refresh your existing strategy? We scoured the internet for examples and definitions of corporate environmental sustainability and compiled them here.
Get the facts on how to store, manage, and transport solvent-contaminated wipes at your facility.
Bryan Hennessey is an EHS professional at Shiloh Industries. Bryan shares with us his industry insights in the world of automotive supply manufacturing, safety and landfill-free initiatives.
Interview with Wade Spurlin, Environmental Coordinator at Romeo RIM on how to create a Waste Minimization Plan and How to Be Successful in an EHS Role.
Know your options for how to dispose of one-time use shop rags and oil absorbents, including waste-to-energy, incineration, special waste, and landfill.
Wondering what the difference is between an disposable and reusable absorbent? Or how oil dry products stack up against mats and pads? Use the comparison chart below to make the best choice for your facility.
Find out how to manage your used oil absorbents and rags with this state and federal compliance guide.
Should your company choose disposable wipes or a shop towel rental program for your facility? Here are some facts to help you decide.
Environmental regulations to control the management of solvent related waste are on the rise and are aimed primarily at the printing industry.
ITU AbsorbTech operates all processing facilities under the belief that Environmental Responsibility is essential. Textile products that are reused many times eliminate the waste created by disposable products and conserves natural resources.
If everyone in Indiana used a paper towel just one time per week that equals 3,359 tons of paper towels
discarded each year in Indiana. That is just one paper towel a week! 2 tons (or 4000 lbs) equals the
weight of an average family sedan.
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20:59 30 Jan 20
We have used ITU Absorbtech at our location for years now. Skyler always does a great job. He is very professional and efficient.read more
18:51 30 Jan 20
ITU has been Venango Steel's uniform and mat supplier for nine years. It has been a great partnership. The quality of the products meets or exceeds expectations. Jeff Miller is our representative and Chad Prather is our route driver. They go the extra step to keep the customer happy ! Thank you Jeff & Chad !read more
14:48 30 Jan 20
Our rep is Branislov and our manager is Kieth both are very friendly and give us great service. We have had ITU for over 40 years. I like what they do for "coats for kids" by cleaning all the donated clothes. Also they are a very environmentally aware company.read more
15:50 29 Jan 20
CDM Tool has been using ITU for a long time. They have dedicated drivers. Bob our driver knows our company so well, he is able to tell based on our supply's that are used how business is going. He then adjusts so we don't overpay. The best part is that they don't create more work for me. We have never had an issue with lost uniforms.read more
15:16 24 Jan 20
L&S Insulation has been a customer for many years and Absorbtech has really reliable mats, always fresh and clean. Skyler has amazing customer service and is super friendly. :)read more
00:40 05 Feb 19
Family owned company that truly takes care of their employees and customers as if they were family!!!
19:54 23 Jan 18
Customer service is great! Dave and Bernie are amazing, very helpful and respond quickly. Staff is friendly and professional.read more
16:35 20 Dec 17
Bob Casey is my route driver, very nice guy, always takes care of everything. I have been with ITU for better than 20 years, I would never change. Merry Christmas Bob C.read more
17:12 15 Dec 17
Very easy to work with. Matt is a phenomenal salesman, great personality. Brian our service representative is always very courteous and pleasant to work with. A great change for our company and glad we are doing business with them.read more
20:37 01 Dec 17
Our company has done business with ITU for 15+ years. They give good prices and good customer service. I would recommend them. Easy to deal with. (AFI Direct Service, Inc.)read more
16:16 28 Nov 17
Bob Casey is our representative and has been for many years. Bob always has a smile and is very upbeat. It is a pleasure to have Bob as our rep!read more
17:05 22 Nov 17
Bob Casey is extremely helpful and always upbeat! He always has our companies best interests in mind, making suggestions to that end and is great at communication. I look forward to working with Bob for many more years!read more
16:15 22 Nov 17
Our Route Representative, Bob Casey, is very conscientious, courteous and extremely helpful. He continually looks for areas we can improve or adjust as our usage and needs evolve, and suggest products as appropriate. Thank youread more