Orbus Helps in DuPage River Clean Up

Orbus Exhibit & Display Group™, one of North America’s leading suppliers of display, exhibit and event solutions participated in the DuPage River Sweep on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm in Bolingbrook, Illinois in the effort to help the community clean the river and restore it to its original state.

Orbus’ environmental goals reach beyond its own facilities and endeavors to improve the environment on a local scale. As recent floods devastated areas along the DuPage River, debris was sent downstream, settling in valleys, trees and pathways. Volunteers picked up garbage in and along local sections of the river, helping to clean and reduce pollutants.

“As Orbus continually strives to reduce its footprint on the environment,” said Jim Concannon, Quality Assurance Manager & North American ISO Specialist at Orbus. “The DuPage River Sweep is a great opportunity to step out of our own four walls and help our local community do the same.”

The annual River Sweep has removed nearly 220 tons of garbage since its inception in 1991 by more than 8,800 volunteers.

Recognizing that the world’s natural resources are limited and fragile, The Orbus Exhibit & Display Group considers environmental protection to be consistent with its overall goals and values. Since 2010, Orbus has been certified with the ISO 14001:2004 Certification, which recognizes organizations’ high-level commitment to environmental protection. In addition to ISO 14001:2004, all three of Orbus’ facilities are certified to the ISO 9001 standard for a quality management system.

The 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 within the group include Orbus365, SignPro Systems, and Origin.

 


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