New Green Initiative symbol recognizes General Cable's role and responsibility in promoting sustainability. The symbol also reflects our commitment to achieving industry-leading standards and responding proactively to environmental global issues.
Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) Policy:
General Cable is committed to producing and marketing products in an environmentally sound and responsible manner. We will manage our facilities, processes and materials in a way that meets or exceeds regulatory requirements and that minimizes risk to our associates, the public and communities where we operate.
We will work to continually strengthen our Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) performance by:
• Defining and developing a company culture where a concern for the environment, health and safety are established through example, involvement, recognition and training;
• Measuring EH&S performances against effective management systems, regulatory requirements and established annual goals and objectives;
• Analyzing the EH&S aspects of all new processes, materials and equipment;
• Improving our management systems in order to respond promptly to the findings of regularly scheduled internal and third-party EH&S audits;
• Controlling and reducing environmental impact through material selection and use, implementation of best management practices, process improvements and recycling.
NEW 17 FREE Halogen-free Riser Cables
GenSPEED® Brand's new line of 17 FREE™ UL-Rated Category 6 and 5e riser cables will be offered at competitive pricing and feature substantiated green properties, and may qualify for LEED credits under the U.S. Green Building Council's new LEED Pilot Credit 2 program.
Leviton Network Solutions
When you use Tripp Lite products, you protect more than just your vital electrical equipment and sensitive electronics—you also protect the environment. Tripp Lite believes in environmental responsibility. That’s why we’ve enacted a variety of green initiatives, including a commitment to industry leadership in RoHS compliance.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency defines sustainability as "meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs." In 2010, Hubbell announced HSI – the Hubbell Sustainability Initiative – which is an enterprise-wide commitment to develop sustainable products and business practices.
The HSI mission is to:
In 2008, HCM released its ECO™ Category 6 cable. Using knowledge gained while developing its Supra 10G™ Category 6A cable, HCM was able to engineer a Category 6 cable that would significantly exceed the TIA/EIA- 568-B.2 performance requirements, yet did not contain the internal pair separator, or filler, typical of Category 6 4-pair cables. Removal of the internal filler resulted in a number of environmentally beneficial characteristics. Although some of the environmental benefits were predicted, some were mere by-products of the change.
Even our Red, Yellow and Blue Cables are “Green”
Reduced power consumption
Re-use modular cabling and connectivity
RoHS and WEEE compliant
PANDUIT is committed to being a good corporate neighbor by engaging in global long-term sustainability initiatives that protect, replenish, and restore the communities in which we live and operate. As a global manufacturer, our mission is to design facilities and products for the present generation without compromising the ability of the future generations tomeet their needs.
PANDUIT ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
As a global manufacturer, Panduit’s commitment to corporate citizenship extends to being a good steward to the environment. Our goals are to provide customers with superior, high-performance electrical and networking solutions while following responsible environmental practices around the globe. Environmental performance of Panduit products is designed to meet or exceed industry norms and accepted customer specific requirement(s).
Panduit is committed to the prevention of pollution through;
This policy will be implemented through an Environmental Management System that includes planning, training, implementation, measurement, reporting and review.
The PANDUIT Net-Access™ Cabinet promotes passive cooling
Our mission is to support "green" initiatives through every aspect of our business, including our product offerings, manufacturing processes, packaging initiatives and industry leadership, and to help our customers achieve the same. Optical fiber solutions, such as Corning Cable Systems’ LANscape® Solutions for premises networks and Evolant® Solutions for carrier networks, are inherently environmentally friendly, requiring less energy for powering and cooling than copper systems.
However, our commitment to the environment goes beyond products. For example, Corning Cable Systems employ a variety of packaging and manufacturing process initiatives with the vision of a healthier environment for future generations. We also educate customers on the relationship between structured cabling systems and the LEED® certification program.
TOOLS:Corning Helps Data Centers Go Green with Fiber
In order to meet global environmental product requirements Belden has developed a restricted materials specification to encompass all raw materials, parts, components or products that are ultimately incorporated into Belden® product.
This includes the elimination, or an appropriate reduction, in the following materials:
At CommScope, we embrace our role as stewards of the environment and value the well-being of our employees, customers, suppliers, and communities. We strive, in all aspects of business, to minimize our environmental impact by developing products, services, and practices that are safe and sustainable.
CPI Passive Cooling Solutions also allow you to: