JP Vending is 100% committed to protecting our environment by carefully monitoring our vehicles' routes to save fuel, recycling pallets and cardboard and using the latest energy-saving vending equipment, in addition to offering our customers organic and all-natural selections that use more environmentally-friendly packaging.

JP Vending has adopted company-wide environmentally friendly practices by promoting green initiatives throughout our operations. By doing so, we complement our customers' own green initiatives and programs.

Some examples of JP's Green Initiatives Program include:

• At JP Vending we try and reduce our fleet's mileage by having our service and delivery personnel service our customers within a specific area.
• When a service call is requested, we make sure our service vehicles are eqipped with the necessary parts to successfully complete the call on the first visit, eliminating the need for a return trip.
• All cardboard and pallet materials are meticulously recycled.
• We are actively retrofitting our machines to make them more energy efficient.
• We are actively upgrading our machines to use LED lightingwhich reduces power consumption power in accordance with energy star guidelines.
• Use of ENERGY STAR refrigerated beverage vending machines
• Our motto is "reduce, reuse, and recycle!"

How much energy can an Energy Star Vending Machine save?

ENERGY STAR refrigerated beverage vending machines can save building and business owners more than 1,700 kWh/year, or $150 annually per machine on utility bills.

• New and rebuilt refrigerated beverage vending machines that have earned the ENERGY STAR are 50% more energy-efficient than standard machine models.
• ENERGY STAR qualified new and rebuilt vending machines incorporate more efficient compressors, fan motors, and lighting systems to keep beverages just as cold and the machine visible while using less energy.
• ENERGY STAR qualified new and rebuilt machines come with a low power mode option that allows the machine to be placed in low-energy lighting and/or low-energy refrigeration states during times of inactivity.