Freeman Audio Visual Canada has made the REfficient Waste Diversion Champions list for the second year in a row. The list recognizes companies that have reached impressive levels of reusing, buying, reselling and recycling surplus assets.
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 program recognized 19 companies that have diverted at least 1,000 pounds from landfills in the last year through buying, reusing, reselling or recycling their surplus assets. With three program recognition levels, Freeman Audio Visual Canada is included in the Master Level, which means it has diverted 10,000-99,999 pounds from landfills.
“We acknowledge Freeman for embracing the reduce-reuse-recycle concept,” said REfficient CEO Stephanie McLarty. “The company not only puts the 3Rs into practice with their surplus equipment, they also share their results publicly with pride and enthusiasm. This is a great demonstration of leadership in sustainability.”
“Sustainable equipment management is an integral part of our company culture,” said Johanne Bélanger, president, Freeman Audio Visual Canada. “It is wonderful to be recognized for our day-to-day processes, and we’re grateful to REfficient for providing us with a recycling solution that aligns with our specific needs.”