American Bicycle is the Premier Manufacture of Bicycle Lockers and Bike Racks as well as supplier of related equipment. They offer the widest line of the most secure bicycle security solutions in the market. American Bicycle lockers are produced with a variety of options and different materials. What makes American Bicycle Products unique over the competition is supplying products which are proven to meet both the bicyclists’ and the customers’ needs. American Bicycle Security Company has been a member of the U.S. Green Building Council since 2013.
Anova has been creating environmentally friendly products since 1970. To meet their customers’ expectations for high-design, high-quality products that also help them achieve their sustainable goals, Anova adheres to the following practices: Offering items that contribute to LEED certification Adopting environmentally sustainable processes and items Utilizing a high degree of recycled materials when possible Accelerating development of items which utilize recycled materials Increasing the number of offerings that encourage recycling
CycleSafe, Inc. is dedicated to reducing carbon footprint globally through implementing environmentally sustainable manufacturing practices. They follow ISO 14000 environmental standards that require continuous improvement and reduction of waste. CycleSafe's products are designed and engineered for extended product life and can be reassembled or reused as site requirements demand. CycleSafe chooses materials for durability, strength and noncorrosive factors that maintain their quality standards and do not require replacement.
Dero Bike Rack Company is a proud member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and has a LEED certified engineer on staff. They are also members of Minnesota Waste Wise, a program that helps businesses and organizations reduce waste, save money and protect the environment. Dero employees receive financial incentives to bike, bus, walk, or carpool to work. Currently, over a third of Dero employees bike or walk to work on a regular basis. See how Dero can help you earn LEED credits on your project.
Forms+Surfaces are active participants in green building councils worldwide and current members of the U.S. Green Building Council, Emirates Green Building Council and Green Building Alliance. Lead by a sustainability team that stays up-to-date on evolving International building standards, their involvement will continue to grow as needs arise and new opportunities for staying at the forefront of environmental stewardship are identified. Recycling programs have been implemented in all of Forms+Surfaces facilities, maximizing landfill diversion. Additionally, over ninety percent of their site furniture product lines are now manufactured with FSC certified wood as the standard. This certification serves as a guarantee that the wood has been harvested in an environmentally and socially sustainable way. Forms+Surfaces goal is to convert all site products to FSC certified wood as the standard by the end of 2009.
METALCO sustainable energy and manufacturing process: The greatest attention is given to the ecology, specifically through: the use of wood from certified forests that are managed fairly and responsibly; 100% recyclable products in every component; energy demands completely covered by their own photovoltaic system installed on the roof of their building. Metalco avoids emitting around 5,000 tones of CO2 into the atmosphere each year, equivalent to the consumption of 300 homes.
As a premier manufacturer of bike racks and bike parking systems, Madrax promotes “green” by encouraging biking as an integral part of society. Madrax bike racks are installed in schools, office complexes, parking garages, residences, hospitals, restaurants, hotels, and anywhere else people bike as a destination. Likewise, Thomas Steele is inherently committed to "green" by encouraging pedestrian-friendly projects and environments. Many communities are finding that a streetscapes program is an excellent way to offer an outstanding quality of life for their residents.
The Maglin Site Furniture commitment to quality is about more than the products they make - it's about how they make them. You receive superior long-term performance and the environment gets a break. By using many high quality recycled materials, wood from managed forests, lead free e-coating and solvent-free powdercoating, Maglin produces distinctive public site furniture - many recyclable themselves - that meet and exceed sustainability goals. Metal is the world's most recycled material and is fully recyclable. Maglin's aluminum casting components contain 95% recycled content (57% post consumer, 38% post industrial). Steel components are electrocoated (E-coated) - the same process used by the automotive industry because of its proven durability and rust protection. Maglin's E-coating process uses lead-free paint and chrome-free sealers in a closed system - significantly reducing hazardous emissions.
SiteScapes thoroughly recognizes the critical importance of utilizing recycled materials in their benches and receptacles in an effort to preserve the delicate global ecosystem and they embrace the opportunity to take part in the "Green Building" movement. Their commitment derives from the desire to protect valuable natural resources, conserve energy, reduce environmental pollutants, and help diminish landfills. SiteScapes hope is to build each bench with the Earth in mind and to leave this earth a better place.
Wishbone began in 1995 with one primary objective ~ to design and build maintenance free, municipal grade outdoor furniture using recycled plastic lumber and recycled metals. Wishbone's commitment to the environment through the use of 100% recycled materials helps create a greener and healthier community for everyone.