Today’s Earth Day post comes from three Kodak Alaris Personalized Imaging collaborators…
Rick Welch, Senior Client Service Manager, PI
Dominick Vacco, Customer Technical Support, PI
Beth Rice, Director Environment, Health and Safety, PI
It is relevant to us every day because we are committed to carrying out our business activities in a manner consistent with sound environmental, health and safety management practices and to comply with applicable laws and regulations. We are pleased to be able to assist our customers in meeting their environmental responsibilities by offering the Kodak Silver Recovery Program.
The goal of the Kodak Silver Recovery Program is to put less silver down the drain and more recovered silver profit into your pocket, while giving your business a competitive edge over other businesses that aren’t taking advantage of these services. If you want to conserve resources, prevent pollution, and save money, it simply makes good business and environmental sense to adopt a plan for efficient silver recovery. The program will help you save three of your most valuable resources: silver, time, and money and will offer you a complete range of services that may benefit your business.
Why should we all care about silver management?
If you are among hundreds of thousands of facilities in the United States and Canada that process photographic films and papers, then you are producing silver as a byproduct. The benefits of a silver recovery program far outweigh the effort that you put into it. Efficient silver recovery can be cost effective and profitable even with the high price of silver.
Over the years, Eastman Kodak Company and now Kodak Alaris have offered silver management services to our retail, professional and commercial customers. Our portfolio of services now includes:
- Consulting Services including: silver assessment program, silver sampling, identifying the right equipment for the lab, and training for your employees
- The Silver Recovery Program, which offers silver management by the Kodak Alaris network of expert Field Service Engineers in major cities across the USA and Canada
In addition to these services, a program is being developed that will allow our customers to purchase equipment and consumables for their silver recovery program.
More information on silver recovery management as well as discussion topics can be found in our LinkedIn group site at http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4505432&trk=anet_ug_hm
In honor of Earth Day 2014, remember that an efficient silver management program will:
¨ Preserve our non-renewable resources
¨ Pay for itself when properly configured and maintained
¨ Provide compliance with certain environmental regulations