How Nashua Gives back to the community
Nashua’s Environmental Efforts
Nashua and its employees are dedicated to increasing the volume of products we recycle and reducing the amount of material sent to local landfills.
Nashua has developed a unique system for reclamation and recycling of both pressure sensitive and paper based materials allowing Nashua to keep more than 170,000 pounds of waste from going to local landfills. Prior to creating its recycling efforts Nashua was sending plastic cores, shrink wrap, scrap corrugated, and used packaging materials to the landfill. Now those materials are being recycled into plastic cores, slip-sheets for pallets, shoe boxes, and packing material. Additionally bins for collecting all recyclable office waste have been placed through-out all office locations. Nashua will continue to search for creative ways to collect and return products.
Giving back to the community has been an integral part of Nashua Corporation for over 100 years. We have a long history of supporting the United Way, and we match our employees’ pledges dollar-for-dollar. Employees also support the United Way by participating in the annual Day of Caring.
Our employees are involved in many charitable activities in their communities as part of the Nashua Corporation team. They regularly participate in benefit races, walk-a-thons and bike-a-thons, as well as volunteering their time to local organizations. In addition, they have sponsored food, school supplies and personal care item drives to benefit local food banks and shelters. During the holidays, toys and other items are collected and donated to the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program, Salvation Army and other service groups.