"When they first came into the county to ask for doing the project building here (Maltby) and getting the permits, the county had never before issued any permits or had to deal with anything like this. He’s the first one to come in and want to do pervious concrete and swales and rain gardens that actually took care of the water and environment" – Linda Neunzig, Agriculture Coordinator, Snohomish county.

We believe in the goodness of sustainability. We have made significant developments to our property and manufacturing plant since 2005. We have zero-run off from our site, because of our installation of rain gardens, bio-swales, pervious concrete and rainwater collection for irrigation. We have cut our utility bill in half, because we use solar panels, compressor waste heat recovery, LED sensor lighting and the most energy efficient equipment possible.

We do what we do, because it is a part of who we are and we have a responsibility to our community and environment. When you decide to go sustainable, it’s a never-ending journey, which is why we are always upgrading and innovating.

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