Supply & Demand Chain Executive Recognizes Tyco’s Innovative Execution of Environmentally Responsible Products and Services to Help Retail Customers Meet Sustainability Goals
Boca Raton, FL— November 15, 2012 –Tyco Retail Solutions (www.tycoretailsolutions.com), a leading global provider of retail performance and security solutions announces they have earned a prestigious “2012 Green Supply Chain Award” from Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. This award recognizes companies that both embrace "green" practices and sustainability as a core element of their supply chain strategy as well as assisting their customers to achieve measurable sustainability goals. Over 100 submissions were evaluated based on the clarity and content of the goals and strategy, the extent of the steps being taken, the impact of the results, and the form and presentation of the information submitted.
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When it comes to environmental responsibility, Tyco not only focuses on its own products, but also provides benefits to all participants across the retail value chain. Tyco product compliance certifications include participation in the Green Partner Programs of several customers, including Sony, Nintendo, Canon and Pfizer -- among the most rigorous standards in the world. Through the company’s Vital World program, Tyco is reducing any adverse effects its products or processes may have on human health or the environment.
“At Tyco, we take a holistic view of environmental responsibility, complementing the existing green practices our retail customers and consumer goods manufacturers have in place to work seamlessly throughout their operations.,” said Nancy Chisholm, vice president and general manager, Tyco Retail Solutions. “We are honored to be recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2012 Green Supply Chain Awards for our efforts.”
Tyco EHS Practices
As a global leader in environmental, health and safety protection, Tyco practices the following three foundational initiatives for all beneficiaries of its products and services:
Energy reduction— Tyco designs resource-conserving devices and processes for retailers, while keeping Tyco’s operations and facilities efficient, and using renewable energy sources where possible. Tyco’s solutions, including American Dynamics branded video solutions and Sensormatic branded Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems, traffic counting sensors and RFID-based inventory visibility readers are designed to minimize environmental impact system-wide, without compromising efficiency, performance or security. The latest generation of Sensormatic EAS systems delivers wide exit coverage and equivalent system sensitivity, while consuming 50% less power with energy consumption reduced even further in “Power Save” mode.
Materials/packaging reduction— Tyco conserves materials by reducing, reusing and recycling product and packaging components. For example, its latest EAS systems utilize 35% less plastic and 25% less packaging than earlier designs.
Chemical/material management— All Sensormatic branded hardware is compliant with the European Union Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHs) Directive. Tyco’s genuine Sensormatic labels meet all environmental standards governing their material and chemical content, using preferred “Green Chemistry” materials that have less environmental impact. Tyco’s electronic products are certified by regulatory agencies in all countries in which they operate, in compliance with UL, CE, FCC and Directive 94/62/EC guidelines.
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Genuine Sensormatic Tags and Devices
Tyco’s genuine Sensormatic EAS “hard tags” are the standard for high-integrity protection of apparel and soft goods. These rugged anti-theft tags are completely reusable with more than 750 million tags reapplied by manufacturers though Tyco’s innovative tag recirculation processes. Tyco is leading the industry with multi-purpose devices that reduce the need for redundant hardware, the latest providing integrated data for both traffic intelligence and shrink management in the store.
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