CHAMPIONING SUSTAINABILITY AT FEI
At FEI, we are committed to running events which are both environmentally sustainable and socially responsible. From the innovative ways we interact onsite to the radical changes in the way we build our exhibition - here is a breakdown of how we are embedding sustainability in everything we do.
The Encore Boston Harbor has one of the most extensive sustainability programs in place; registered with the U.S. Green Building Council and certified under USGBC’s LEED NEW Construction (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program. Check out all of the amazing efforts they have in place including- water efficiency, waste diversion and social change.
See more info on Encore’s commitment to sustainability here
The Encore Boston Harbor is committed to sourcing food locally. It is also certified LEED Platinum by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally adopted “green building” rating system, which evaluates a building’s environmental footprint in terms of its resource consumption, waste management practices, and overall operational efficiency. Watch out for recycle bins and make sure you do your part!
More than 80% of our attendees tell us that they care that our events are run in a responsible manner. That's why we're working more closely than ever with our sponsors and exhibitors to ensure we all commit to doing the right thing for our customers, colleagues, and the communities we serve.
Every exhibiting sponsor is provided with a 10 point checklist to help plan their presence at the event including information on donating to local and industry charities and how to engage with attendees on their stands without prize giveaways or hard copy flyers/leaflets/brochures being handed out. Instead, delegates can use the digital show bag download information from our partners and sponsors.