AMGTA recognises sustainability at Annual Member Summit

June 28, 2024

June 28, 2024

Attendees of the 2024 Sustainability Recognition at the AMGTA Member Summit (Courtesy Business Wire)
Attendees of the 2024 Sustainability Recognition at the AMGTA Member Summit (Courtesy Business Wire)

The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA), a global advocacy group focused on promoting sustainable Additive Manufacturing industry practices, recognised thirteen member organisations as part of its 2024 Sustainability Recognition held during the third annual AMGTA Member Summit. The summit took place on June 24 at the Biltmore Los Angeles and was attended by over ninety conference delegates.

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Member organisations were recognised in one of four categories, with some members recognised in multiple categories based on activities over the past year. These categories are:

  • Environmental Management Systems – recognition for maintaining ISO 14001 EMS certification in good standing
  • Sustainability Reporting – recognition for publicly publishing Sustainability/ESG/CSR reports
  • Environmental Sustainability Research – recognition for commissioning and publishing research that focused on environmental sustainability in Additive Manufacturing
  • Excellence in AM Sustainability – recognition for initiatives to expand the understanding and reach of the AM sector in promoting more sustainable manufacturing globally

Twenty-five accolades were awarded to thirteen member organisations including Arkema, California Metals, Danish AM Hub, EOS, Höganäs, Hubbell, IperionX, Materialsoe, Print City MMU, Sandvik, Sintavia, Stratasys and Tekna. The AMGTA’s Sustainability Recognition acknowledges and encourages the significant efforts made by its member organisations in promoting Additive Manufacturing technologies and practices for better, more sustainable, and economically advantageous manufacturing around the world.

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