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ISS in the News

ISS has a commitment of keeping our working practices environmentally friendly and ecologically sound.  Some of our initiatives towards these efforts are:

  1. Sharing of materials with other local businesses
  2. Replacing exit lights w/ LED bulbs
  3. Motion sensor light switches in common areas such as kitchen and restrooms
ECOStar Achiever Award

ISS earned Achiever status by incorporating 15 of the Standards into their daily routines, including defining an environmental policy, setting performance goals, striving for energy efficiency, reusing and recycling materials, and purchasing environmentally preferred materials.

ISS earned Achiever status by incorporating 15 of the EcoStar Standards into their daily routines, including defining an environmental policy, setting performance goals, striving for energy efficiency, reusing and recycling materials, and purchasing environmentally preferred materials.  These activities helped ISS gain ecological and environmental efficiences.  For example, by separating and recycling corrugated cardboard the company cut their waste management expenses in half.

MIT Sustainability Conference
Jeff Schwarz was asked to participate and contribute at the MIT Sustainability Conference.  Click HERE to read the file.

Nashoba Publications
ISS Defies Economy with Expansion
Shirley, MA – In the midst of a national economic downturn, one local company saw the need to expand its facility and to add services and employees.  ISS (Image Software Services) moved from its former location in Devens to a new location in Phoenix Park, a renovated mill turned light industrial and office complex in Shirley MA.  Founded in 1992, Image Software Services sold computer floppy discs and moved quickly to providing innovative and cost-effective methods to produce, duplicate, and distribute information.  The company expanded its services in 2007 by including digital printing, which now represents about 30 percent of the business.  ISS is owned by Harvard resident, Jeff Schwarz, who purchased the company in 2004.  Read More