Spellman supports customers’ green initiatives and demonstrates its commitment to sustain the environment by maintaining ISO 14001:2015 certification and comprehensive programs to improve energy efficiency, promote recycling, and eliminate the use of hazardous substances. We do have a corporate recycling program implemented at all our facilities that reduce the amount of waste going to land fill. Spellman considers the environmental impact of the entire life cycle of its products.
Spellman’s Energy Conservation Programs Reduce Carbon Footprint
Spellman High Voltage has successfully reduced its average daily electricity usage at all its Global facilities and its natural gas usage. Renewable energy is used on our Corporate Headquarters with a total capacity of 471.258 kW. Illumination upgrades were done and continue on development throughout the facilities using high efficiency light fixtures that reduced electricity consumption while improving general lighting conditions. Automatic motion sensors helped to eliminate wasted energy. Air conditioning, air handling and temperature regulation equipment were upgraded and networked as part of a strategic plan to provide more consistent environmental comfort for Spellman employees while reducing natural gas consumption.
Learn more about Spellman’s Hauppauge facility solar panel installation and see real time power generation data (Flash required).
According to Dr Loren Skeist, President of Spellman High Voltage Electronics, "We’re proud of the energy conservation results we have obtained, and of our continuing efforts to further reduce our operational carbon footprint. Energy conservation programs are good for both the environment and business".
Spellman Clean Tech Competition
Spellman’s concern for the environment has led us to sponsor the Clean Tech Competition for the last three years. Developed by the Rockville Centre based Center for Science Teaching and Learning (CSTL) nine years ago, the Spellman HV Electronics Clean Tech Competition is the only global STEM competition with a focus on using clean technology to solve environmental challenges.
Below are videos from the last two years’ competition finals, generally involving students from over 500 teams from over 40 countries.