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Analog Devices

Constant pursuit of environmental excellence earned Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) the TURA 25th Anniversary Leadership award from the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) Program.

Saving 90 million gallons of water, gaining recognition

  • Reduced energy use by more than 16 million KWH per year through conservation initiatives.
  • Reduced water consumption by nearly 90 million gallons per year through water use conservation projects.
  • Reduced the use of sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid for resin regeneration in deionized water production processes.
  • Newsweek magazine ranked Analog Devices as among the top 50 greenest companies in the United States in 2014.

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It all started with our training in Toxics Use Reduction planning that has become pervasive throughout ADI. The planning framework gives our team a tool to constantly analyze and improve everything we do. Our mindset is relentless pursuit of perfection. And it’s worked. We’ve been able to increase production, save money, improve safety and become more competitive.
- Beth Tshudy, Environmental, Health and Safety Manager at Analog Devices