At Greenheck, Green is a Big Part of Our Identity
The ever-growing demand for technologies, products and services that support "sustainable" or "green" initiatives has changed the way building projects are conceived and carried out, and how products are designed, built and delivered in many industries. The call for energy efficiency; sustainable, clean sourcing of raw materials; and environmental responsibility requires continuous innovation and leadership. As the world's leading manufacturer of non-residential ventilation systems, Greenheck is prepared to provide that vision and leadership.
While "green" may seem a relatively new idea, it's been a part of Greenheck for a long time indeed. For decades, Greenheck has focused on the environmental side of the building industry - developing reliable, energy-efficient products and systems to promote occupants' health and comfort.
Greenheck was one of the first manufacturers of air movement and control equipment to join the U.S. Green Building Council. In addition, Greenheck identifies specific products that support sustainable-design projects and LEED certification efforts by referencing USGBC and ASHRAE guidelines and standards.
Green - It's not just what we make.
It's where we work. How we work. Who we are.
Greenheck's commitment to the idea of "going green" extends to the source: our production facilities in the U.S., Mexico and China. The company has taken significant steps to reduce energy usage at our plants. By the nature of what we produce, we have always been a clean manufacturer. Greenheck's paint/finish facilities also adhere to a strict zero-contaminant policy. And, we favor vendors that share our commitment.
Protecting our environment is just part of the story. Greenheck has always placed the health and safety of our workers, and the quality of life in our communities at the top of the list of corporate priorities. Greenheck truly believes in and practices the principles of sustainability that drive our customers' efforts.
Project Profiles - LEED Certified
- Going Green - Keep LEEDing the Way
How HVAC mechanical contractors can make green by going green. By Ellis G. Guiles Jr., director of sales and marketing, TAG Mechanical Systems Inc., Syracuse, NY.
HVACR Business Magazine, June/July 2007
- HVAC & LEED
What contractors need to know about the environmental-building program. By Jerry Yudelson.
SNIPS, July 2006.