IRVINE, CA - AIM Mail Centers, a national retail chain of franchised business solution centers, is doing its part to help protect the environment. And, although Earth Day will be celebrated on April 22, that commitment extends throughout the year.
“Our business involves a wide range of materials for services like copying and shipping. We take our commitment to the environment very seriously and are always looking for ways to do business in as environmentally friendly a way as possible,” said Michael Sawitz, CEO of AIM Mail Centers. “Moreover, we are very lucky in having an exceptional group of local franchise owners who share that philosophy.”
All of the nearly 90 AIM Mail Centers across the country are aggressive proponents of reuse and recycling programs in their local communities. In the shipping area, recycled corrugated cardboard is used. And copies are made with recycled papers. The centers also serve as a recycling point for any loose plastic packing material, or “peanuts,” that people no longer need. In fact, the company is a member of the Plastic Loose Fill Council, part of whose mission is to support “the use and subsequent recovery, reuse and recycling of polystyrene loose fill.” In addition, the lighting ballasts and tubes in the stores are low-energy technology.
AIM Mail Centers will be highlighting this commitment on Earth Day, April 22, and every day at each of its business services centers nationwide.
For information on AIM Mail Centers and to find a location, visit this site.