Analog Devices, Inc.'s (ADI) efforts and achievements in Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) have been recognized by customers, government agencies, community leaders, industry organizations, and other stakeholders. Examples of ADI EH&S awards and recognition include:
Newsweek Green Rankings:
Named one of the greenest companies in U.S. for third consecutive year. More information
The Boston Globe 100:
Ranked #1 in technology sector and #2 overall. More information
Boston Business Journal Green Rankings
Ranked #1 in Technology Sector and #4 overall
Design News Golden Mousetrap Award:
A battery safety monitor won the award for 2011. More Information
Philippines Safety Milestone Awards:
Our sites were recognized by the Department of Labor and Employment.
Certificate of Recognition from the Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo:
Awarded for exemplary environmental performance and continuous compliance with environmental regulations.
TURA 20th Anniversary Leader:
The Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) Program and state legislators presented Analog Devices with an award to acknowledge the company’s environmental leadership demonstrated by its wafer fabrication facility in Wilmington, Mass.
Electronic Engineering & Product World (EEPW) Green Power Award:
ADI won the award for the ADP8860, a white LED (light emitting diode) backlight driver.
ADI encourages employees worldwide to identify opportunities for improvements in Environmental, Health, & Safety. Recently, ADI implemented the Trinity EH&S Annual Award to recognize employee teams who have made significant contributions at ADI.
Ipswich River Watershed Association Environmental Leadership Award:
Analog Devices’ efforts to preserve and protect natural resources were recognized by the Ipswich River Watershed Association (IRWA) in Massachusetts.
The town of Wilmington, Massachusetts is located at the headwaters of the Ipswich River, which provides drinking water for hundreds of thousands of people and has become stressed due to increased demands on its small size. For the past 10 years, ADI has been sponsoring IRWA, a group whose mission is to be “the voice of the Ipswich River.” With ADI’s support, IRWA has continued to defend the health of the river, which has shown significant improvement over time.
“Safeguarding our natural resources, including the Ipswich River Watershed, is key to the sustainability of both business and the environment,” said Moskowitz. “We recognize the importance of corporate leadership in this area by both providing economic support to help fund the work of the IRWA and by implementing programs designed to minimize ADI’s impact on the environment. We will continue to try to make a difference in the communities where we do business, and sustain the important resources associated with these communities.”