CRS Jet Spares Going Green in Florida

EBACE Convention News » 2008
May 19, 2008, 12:53 AM

Following a review of its operations by efficiency consultants, CRS Jet Spares has revealed a range of measures that will help the Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based company “go green.” These include encouraging car pooling, reducing paper waste, recycling packaging material, placing recycling bins around the company’s facilities, changing to high-efficiency lighting and eliminating Styrofoam cups with “long-lasting, eco-friendly coffee mugs.”

“The Green movement is something we are taking very seriously here at CRS,” said CEO Armando Leighton Jr. “We are seeking ways to operate our business in a manner that reduces environmental concerns.”

CRS Jet Spares (Booth No. 352) says that it supports Learjets, Hawkers, Gulfstreams, Challengers, Falcons and Beechjets with services conforming to ASA-100 and AS9120 quality standards–and can offer everything from exchanges to provisioning packages to operators around the world.

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