Eco-Friendly Manufacturing Practices – Spring Air Canada

Introduction


In this day and age of mass production and mass consumption it is hard to find companies which take part in green initiatives and have a strong commitment to the environment; however, Spring Air Canada has always focused on using green practices and products that embody who we are as a brand.

Spring Air Canada aggressively administers recycling programs whether it is in the corporate office or down on the manufacturing floor. We recycle 100% of our scrap cardboard, plastic, and wood which in turn eliminates the overwhelming amount of waste which consumes our ecosystem. In addition, all excess foam, fabric, and fiber from our quilting machines is compressed and turned into a variety of new goods such as pillows and dog beds.

Spring Air Canada replenishes the wood that we use in our bases through our Forest For Tomorrow Program.

The Spring Air Canada Sustainable Partnership


Spring Air Canada has a partnership with Ministry of Forest and Range to develop a tree program that allows us to plant more trees than we use each year. We value Mother Nature and have dedicated ourselves to replenish the wood resource we use each year, from the paper in our printers or wood in our bases, we help restore the forest.
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Spring Air Canada recycles 100% of our scrap

Going Beyond


The beds we produce also exemplify our commitment to the environment through the eco-friendly materials we use to manufacture them. For example, our ECOTEX® foam is derived from soy based polyols and this process minimizes the amount of petroleum used in the foam. With concern for the global environment, Spring Air Canada has always done everything we can to lessen our impact on the environment.