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Chris Durgin
2300 N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212
414-263-8748
Fax 414-389-7356
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Dolores Corcoran
Productivity system manager
W222 N5710 Miller Way
Sussex, WI 53090
262-820-8175
Fax 262-820-1806
Lauterbach Group, Inc. [exit DNR]

Lauterbach Group, Inc. Functionally Equivalent to ISO 14001 Tier 1 participant since 11/16/2012

The Lauterbach Group is an award-winning flexographic printer located in Sussex providing packaging and labeling products to a variety of markets including direct mail, household products, food and beverage, and security authentication. The Group’s corporate headquarters and production facility are housed in a Silver Certified LEED™ (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design) building that incorporates concepts like porous pavement, native vegetation and natural lighting to efficiently utilize the site’s resources.

Annual report tidbit

Lauterbach collects rain water from roof runoff to water the natural vegetation and plant life surrounding the facility. French drains are used to capture runoff rainwater permitting natural dispersion and the porous pavement parking lot allows the rainwater to filter through into the ground, eliminating the need for sewer system runoff while supporting underground water aquifers.

Environmental activities

Lauterbach Group uses defined environmental and sustainable policies and practices to manage business processes. These include:

  • energy management through efficient lighting, power management and facility design;
  • water conservation using its very own water purification plant within the production facility along with dual/low flow systems, motion sensors and reclaiming rain waters for plant irrigation;
  • continual environmental and sustainable education and training to encourage members to become environmental stewards at work and at home; and
  • 3R principles: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle to monitor and utilize resources effectively and efficiently to eliminate waste.

Sustainable practices led Lauterbach Group to be named a 2012 Green Master in the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council’s Green Masters Program. Along with this leadership award, the Group holds a Chain of Custody Certification for Transfer Systems and Fiber Sourcing from the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) and from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI), both designed to certify and track responsible use of forest products.

Reports

Video

This video was produced by a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as part of a class assignment for "Systems Thinking and Sustainable Businesses." The video highlights examples of superior environmental performance and the role that the Green Tier program has played in supporting and recognizing the company.

Acceptance letter

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Last revised: Monday August 07 2017