Genon® and the Environment: Introduction
With Genon, concern for the environment is evident in every aspect of design and manufacturing. As a corporation, J.Josephson is committed to creating wallcoverings that contribute to sustainability in every way:
Safeguarding air and water: Genon is produced at our state-of-the-art New Jersey plant, where we make sure we meet and exceed Federal EPA requirements, the Clean Air and Water Acts, and OSHA regulations as well as the regulatory requirements of the state of New Jersey.
Eco-efficient manufacturing: Our printing facility is designed to recycle printing inks via a closed-loop ink system: All of the inks we use are sent to a still and then recycled.
Energy conservation: Our emission destruction process not only prevents harmful pollutants from escaping into the surrounding environment, it also yields energy as a by-product of the process. This energy reduces natural gas usage, thus significantly reducing dependence on outside energy supplies.
Earth-friendly products: All Genon wallcoverings are as durable as they are decorative. We design them to be easy and affordable to maintain, with mild soap and water, for a lifetime of use.
We are dedicated to complying with today’s environmental issues and have eliminated all heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium and chromium from our wallcoverings.
J. Josephson Environmental Policy
It is the policy of J. Josephson, Inc. to ensure that the activities, products, and services carried out here will be appropriate toward meet-and-exceed compliance with relevant environmental legislation and regulations and other requirements to which it subscribes.
We recognize the interrelationship of productive efficiency with environmental impact. Therefore, while our commitment to the customer is still a top priority, we will also work toward continuous improvement and pollution prevention. To achieve this, we will also set and review environmental objectives and targets within the framework of a documented, implemented and effectively communicated program.