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LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is a rating system
for "green" buildings. Supported by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC),
LEED Certification recognizes a subset of buildings that were designed, built, and/or
maintained with sustainability in mind.

Sustainability

green building award plaque Lean is green. TMR helps organizations realize opportunities for more environmentally sustainable business practices throughout the supply chain. We do this by reducing waste, transportation requirements, storage burden, and energy demands. We do this through the development and implementation of best sustainable practices, including:

Reduce overproduction
Print the exact quantity ordered by the end recipient by the use of IMT’s Print-on-Demand (POD) service or use IMT's usage models to closely match supply to demand, significantly reducing the over production of materials. Case studies indicate a reduction of materials by up to 75%.

Decrease inventory
Print and store the correct quantity based upon forecasted. The metrics and tracking technologies offered by Just-in-Time (JIT) Inventory and Print on Demand typically reduce storage and overhead by 50-90%.

Reduce unnecessary transportation
Create, print, and fulfill all from one centralized facility, reducing the need for transportation of product.

Reduce carbon emissions
Produce and transport your material within region efficiently through TMR’s global strategic partnerships.

Use appropriate resources
Use environmental-friendly paper and packaging; consolidate packing of materials and shipments by drawing on the digital printing, kitting, fulfillment, and distribution experts at IMT.