Mercury Marine outlines its sustainability efforts

Mercury Marine posted its 2015 Sustainability Report, which details the company’s recent accomplishments and current goals in sustainability.
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Mercury Marine posted its 2015 Sustainability Report, which details the company’s recent accomplishments and current goals in sustainability, as well as the actions taken to achieve those goals.

In 2014, Mercury was named the 2013 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. Additionally, Mercury learned in December that it has earned its fourth consecutive Green Master designation from the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council.

“Applying sustainable manufacturing processes to create the most sustainable products is at the core of our culture at Mercury Marine,” Mercury Marine president John Pfeifer said in a statement. “In every facet of our business — from product design and manufacturing to employee wellness initiatives and community education and support — Mercury is committed to setting and accomplishing significant goals in sustainability.”

The report is posted on Mercury’s website.

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