PMC's commitment to keeping obsolete distributed control system (DCS) equipment out of landfills and prolonging the life of industrial equipment is not just good for business, it's good for the environment. By offering refurbished DCS parts, PMC helps reduce the demand for new parts and equipment, which in turn reduces the amount of waste generated from production and disposal.
In addition to selling refurbished DCS equipment, PMC also uses multi-use recyclable boxes for all shipments. This further reduces waste by ensuring that packaging is reused as much as possible. By making these small but important changes, PMC is doing its part to reduce its environmental impact.
But PMC's impact doesn't end there. By keeping industrial facilities up and running, PMC is also helping to reduce the environmental impact of the production process. When equipment fails and needs to be replaced, it often requires new parts and new equipment to be manufactured, which can contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and other forms of pollution. By extending the life of existing equipment, PMC helps reduce the need for new production, which in turn reduces the environmental impact of the industry.
By providing an affordable solution for DCS needs when the original equipment manufacturer is no longer supporting those products, PMC is also helping companies reduce their environmental footprint by extending the life of installed control systems. This reduces the amount of waste generated when systems are removed from service and helps keep equipment out of landfills.
In a world where climate change is an increasingly pressing concern, it's important to recognize the efforts of companies like PMC that are making a difference. By providing a sustainable solution for industrial equipment needs, PMC is helping to reduce waste and prolong the life of valuable resources.