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UNIMAC Goes Solar

Thursday, February 02, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

UNIMAC Graphics, an integrated communications solutions provider, today announced that it has installed the largest solar energy system in Carlstadt, NJ producing over 1,000,000 kWhs of clean solar energy and furthering its commitment to environmental leadership in New Jersey. The system was designed and installed by Mercury Solar Systems Mays Landing, NJ office and is expected to meet 30 percent of UNIMAC’s annual electricity needs.

“We are dedicated to protecting the environment, prevention of pollution and ensuring the health and safety of the community, our clients and our employees. Solar energy was a logical next step as we continue to execute on our overall master environmental plan,” commented
George Amann, CEO at UNIMAC. “Mercury Solar Systems’ diligence in getting our paperwork approved and system installed helped us get up and running in just a few months.”

The 1,000,000+ kWhs of solar energy will produce enough energy to power 75 average size residential homes each year. This is equivalent to recycling 16 million cans of soda, planting 58,000 trees and taking 105 cars off the road annually.

“UNIMAC is raising the bar for local businesses in New Jersey. They understand what it means to be a sustainable business and we commend them for adding solar energy to their list of green initiatives,” commented Jared Haines, President of Mercury Solar Systems.

The Company was awarded the Certificate of Environmental Stewardship by the State of New Jersey and ISO 14001:2004 EMS Environmental Management System Certification in 2009. UNIMAC is also PANTONE Printer Certified ~ ISO 9001:2008; Quality Management Certified ~ ISO 27001: 2005; Information Security Management System Certified ~ IDEALLIANCE G7; Master Printer Certified ~ Forest Stewardship Council; and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative Chain of Custody Certified.

 

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