FEI's commitment to the environment happens quietly behind the scenes. We are devoting this page to telling some of those stories. Thank you for reading!
At FEI’s Chicago and Portland branch locations, employees take home glass and plastic bottles for recycling.Click here to read the full story.
Thursday, April 18 - A program run by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has enabled Field Environmental Instruments’ Los Angeles branch to cut energy between 30-40 percent.
LADWP’s Commercial Direct Install (CDI) has provided free energy and water efficiency upgrades to approximately 21,000 businesses in Los Angeles. Customers, including retail shops charter schools, warehouses, and small grocery stores averaged an estimated energy savings of 237.7 gigawatt-hours per year. That’s equivalent to removing 39,000 homes from the power grid or reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 89,960 metric tons.Click here to read the full story.
Thursday, April 11 - Recycling is regarded as good for the environment. But repurposing, or reusing, recyclable items can be a more efficient and cost-saving use of resources.
The M. Mallinger Company, a sister company of Field Environmental Instruments, Inc., repurposes cardboard boxes, paper goods, pallets, packing supplies, and other items than can be used more than once. Instead of being recycled – or worse, being hauled away as trash – boxes and other goods are used again.Click here to read the full story.
Wednesday, April 10 - The mission of the Environmental Protection Agency is to “protect human health and the environment,” including initiatives that ensure all Americans have clean air, land, and water.
Field Environmental Instruments’ ongoing role with Tetra Tech, a California-based provider of consulting and engineering services, helps the agency achieve those goals. FEI provides environmental monitoring instrumentation for the EPA’s Superfund Technical Assessment and Response Team (START) contract for Region 5. The region includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, plus 35 tribal nations.