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Orbus Exhibit & Display Group’s 2013 Environmental Protection and Recycling Efforts Saves 3,400+ Tress and Much More


Press Release from Orbus Exhibit & Display Group

Bolingbrook, Illinois March 17, 2014

Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, one of North America’s leading trade suppliers of display, exhibit and event solutions, is proud to commit year round to a high level of environmental protection efforts by recycling and reusing materials used in the production and manufacturing processes. The group’s three facilities in Bolingbrook and Niles, IL and Las Vegas, NV are certified under the ISO 14001:2004 standard, and work daily to reduce waste headed to landfills.

In 2013, the group’s manufacturing and production facilities strove to protect natural resources as outlined under ISO 14001:2004, and achieved great results. Please see image on page two for more details. The ISO 14001:2004 standard provides guidelines to organizations working to establish and maintain an environmental management system. Guidelines such as minimizing harmful effects on the environment
caused by business activities, preventing pollution, and achieving continual improvement of environmental performance are included under this standard. Orbus’ Bolingbrook, Niles and Las Vegas operate under these guidelines daily, and the group looks forward to continuing its environmental efforts throughout 2014. Orbus Exhibit & Display Group prides itself as being the trade’s “one-stop-shop” for clients for
everything displays – from portable signs and display products to custom solutions.

Orbus Exhibit & Display Group is a market-leading, privately owned group of companies that specialize in the manufacture and trade only supply of portable modular and custom modular, exhibit and display products, graphics and solutions. Companies and brands within the group include Orbus365, SignPro
Systems, Origin and Nimlok.
 

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