JETA’s Environmental Policy

Jeta Corporation will remain a true champion for the environment incorporating best practices supporting legal requirements relating to the environment impacted by our operations and products currently represented throughout our industry. Jeta Corporation will continually research technological advancements identifying continual improvements that will help decrease overall pollution, such as harmful emissions or disposal of materials incorporating systems and or processes.

JETA Corporation Tracks the Following Impacts as of March 2017

Greenhouse Gases

Type of EnergyLocationMeasurement CO2 Equivalent in Metric tons*
GasolineNeenah350.81 gallons3.1
Gasoline Nipomo370.26 gallons3.3
ThermsNeenah1,598.00 therms8.5
Kilowatt HoursNeenah7,640.00 kilo hours5.4
Kilowatt Hours Nipomo521.00 kilo hours0.366


Type of EnergyLocationMeasurement
WasteNeenah1,560 lbs (approx.)**
WasteNipomo864 lbs (approx.)**

Water Use

Date Range LocationReading Usage (hundreds)
Dec 2016 – Feb 2017
Dec 2016 – Feb 2017
March 2017 – May 2017
March 2017 – May 2017
Nipomo approx.***
June 2017 – August 2017
June 2017 – August 2017
Nipomo approx.***
Sept 2017 – Nov 2017
Sept 2017 – Nov 2017
Nipomo approx.***

*CO2 equivalent found using
**Waste based on an average of 3.0 lbs. per person per day
***JETA is not billed for water at the rented Nipomo facility, so the estimate is half the usage of Neenah.

JETA Corporation Initiatives

2008Warehouse Lighting Project
Removed all 500 watt mercury vapor lighting to 4 fixture T8 with motion and thermal sensors
2010Recycling Program
Provided waste container for trash and recyclables at each work station
2012Office Expansion & Remodel
Added 2,000 sq ft and remodeled the existing space with an insulation improvement.
2012Furnace & Air Conditioner Replacements
Replaced furnace and air conditioning with Carrier energy efficient units to balance air flow throughout the offices
2012Toilet Upgrades
Upgrade to low flush toilets in all bathrooms.
2013Warehouse & Parking Lot
Replace all gas-forced air heating systems in the warehouse and truck garage with infrared heat.
2013Parking Lot
Phase 1 – parking lot upgrade: change out 1/3 from asphalt surface to concrete. This project is a part of a 3-year upgrade to eliminate the oil-base product that needs upgrades and constant repair to a long-term solution that we believe to be environmentally friendly while also reflecting heat away from our facility in a similar fashion as the light-colored roof on our office and warehouse. Phase 2 & 3 scheduled for 2015 & 2016
2013External Lighting
All external security lighting was replaced with LED technology.
2014Exterior Building Office Area
All window and EIFS were caulked and sealed to eliminate cold air flow and water damage.
2015Recycling Program / Waste Reduction
Updated all accounts to submit paperwork electronically whenever possible
2015Gasoline Reduction Initiative
Purchased Box Truck to reduce the number of delivery trips made by our Wisconsin warehouse
2017Warehouse Lighting Project
Update Wisconsin warehouse lighting to LED