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ALPS Inspection & Cincinnati Test Systems Kick Off the Hefty ReNew Program for Employees

Employee-focused initiative promotes recycling of hard-to-recycle plastics at home.

Hannah Hengehold (left), Education & Community Relations at Rumpke Waste, and Paul Hinkel, Controls Engineer at ALPS Inspection.
Hannah Hengehold (left), Education & Community Relations at Rumpke Waste, and Paul Hinkel, Controls Engineer at ALPS Inspection.

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TASI Test and Automation Companies, ALPS Inspection and Cincinnati Test Systems (CTS) hosted a recent seminar facilitated by Rumpke Waste & Recycling to launch the Hefty ReNew™ program for hard-to-recycle plastics for all company employees. This initiative marks the advancement in corporate environmental responsibility, focusing on promoting sustainable recycling practices among employees within their homes.

The launch event, held at the Learning Center at Cincinnati Test Systems in Harrison, OH, featured an insightful presentation on the Hefty ReNew program by Rumpke Waste & Recycling Education and Community Relations representative Hannah Hengehold. This initiative aims to empower ALPS and CTS employees to contribute to environmental conservation efforts by integrating sustainable recycling practices into their daily lives.

“ALPS Inspection and CTS are proud to be at the forefront of corporate environmental responsibility by supporting the implementation of the Hefty ReNew program,” said Jill Shearer, General Manager of ALPS Inspection. “Through this program, we are providing our employees with the tools they need to make a positive impact on the environment. This initiative is another step in our journey towards sustainability, and we are excited to see the difference our collective efforts will make."

The Hefty ReNew program addresses the challenge of recycling plastics traditionally considered non-recyclable, transforming them into innovative new products and supporting a circular economy. By participating in this program, ALPS Inspection and CTS employees will directly contribute to diverting 2,500 tons of plastics from landfills and expanding recycling programs to over 1.3 million households.

The event underscored the commitment of ALPS Inspection and CTS to environmental sustainability and set a precedent for how organizations can inspire positive change beyond the workplace. Every employee participant received a kit to kickstart their at-home recycling practices, emphasizing the tangible steps the company is taking toward reducing its environmental footprint.

Eric Kersting, General Manager at Cincinnati Test Systems, expressed his enthusiasm for the program, stating, "Every American contributes almost one ton of waste to landfills each year, a statistic that can be significantly impacted through collective recycling efforts. By embracing the Hefty ReNew program, we are not only contributing to a more sustainable future but also inspiring our employees to take actionable steps towards reducing their environmental impact."

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