Environmental Statement

Majilite Corporation, a subsidiary of Meridian Industries with over 2,000 workers in 17 American manufacturing plants, is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of our processes and products. We constantly monitor and innovate to reduce our impact on our soil, air, and water. Each of us is making decisions, consciously or unconsciously, that will impact the quality of the world that we leave to our children. Majilite is committed to making that impact as positive as possible.

A solar array on the roof of Majilite's Dracut, MA facility supplies 18% of the factory's energy requirements.

Majilite has achieved many unique environmental accomplishments. We embrace green, sustainable chemistry, a philosophy of chemical research and engineering that encourages the design of products and processes aimed at minimizing the use and generation of hazardous substances. Through a consistent application of these approaches, we can leave to our children a safer environment.

Environmental Accomplishments:

  • Solar panels provide 18% of factory’s energy needs
  • Elimination of 99% of emissions from our manufacturing process by using foam lamination rather than conventional flame lamination
  • Installation of new non-solvent line
  • Waste emissions captured in pollution control system and oxidized to provide energy to operate our manufacturing processes
  • Development of EcoTek product line using a water based (non-solvent) processes
  • Reduction of Majilite’s carbon footprint by prioritizing purchases from local sources
  • Replacement of factory lighting with low energy, high efficiency lighting
  • Re-engineered colorants to reduce the number of components
  • Re-engineered processes to replace hazardous components and solvents with more environmentally friendly
  • Participation in utility’s electrical load response reduction program
  • Achieved maximum energy rebate from utilities for implementation of conservation measures
  • Recycling of office materials and products when feasible, and use of recycled paper in catalogs and packing material when feasible
  • Pro-active regulatory compliance program.