EvoQuip launch sustainability campaign
Looking to design and build compact crushing and screening machines that are increasingly sustainable
EVOQUIP have taken a step towards sustainability by launching a campaign to illustrate their commitment to creating a sustainable future. Launched this month, the ‘Think Green, Think EvoQuip’ campaign demonstrates continued growth by creating equipment that is increasingly sustainable.
Barry O’Hare, business line director for EvoQuip, said: ‘Sustainability is a strategic priority for us and consistently at the top of our agenda. We see it as our responsibility to do what we can to be as sustainable as possible, and to help to build a world that puts sustainability at the forefront of everything we do.’
The new campaign shows EvoQuip’s commitment to this important topic and demonstrates continued growth by designing and creating equipment that is increasingly sustainable. The compact crushing and screening brand has also posted a sustainability responsibility statement on its website stating four key commitments.
These are: first, the production of sustainable equipment that is as kind to the environment as possible, whilst still being effective and eco-friendly in its use (this is both in the design stage of the products and in the physical processing of material); secondly, the use of sustainable materials where possible in the production of all equipment, parts, and packaging, to help to ensure the products are sustainable from design through to operation; thirdly, offering the best solution to customers to ensure their operation is as efficient and environmentally friendly as possible; and fourthly, a promise to comply with all legislation and health and safety requirements.
Recycling is an important industry for EvoQuip, with more than 40% of equipment out in the field working in recycling applications. The entire EvoQuip range provides an optimum solution for generating profit from waste, making it possible to process many types of waste for reuse as product on site or sold.
Moreover, as part of the campaign, EvoQuip will be increasing their selection of hybrid/electric offerings over time. This, together with fuel consumption monitoring, assessing and reducing carbon footprint, and reducing waste to landfill, will help the company live up to the name of its campaign, ‘Think Green, Think EvoQuip’.
EvoQuip say an economic contribution will come in the form of reduced machine running costs, turning waste into profit, and having a more measured approach to research and development, amongst others, whilst also ensuring their operator training is current and constantly and consistently updated to ensure the operator knows the most economical way to operate and service the machines.