Analog Devices Wins Gold for Exemplary Sustainability Practices

  • Paul Murphy, Climaction, Elaine O'Connell, Vincent Hudner and Adam Fahey, Analog Devices. Picture: Russell Taylor
Paul Murphy, Climaction, Elaine O'Connell, Vincent Hudner and Adam Fahey, Analog Devices. Picture: Russell Taylor

Analog Devices won the Sustainable Business award at the Lean Business Ireland Awards. The award recognises the remarkable strides made by Analog Devices to adopt and enhance sustainable practices across its sites in Ireland (Limerick, Cork and Dublin).

The judging panel acknowledged Analog Devices' unwavering commitment to continuous improvement over the years, specifically highlighting the significant increase in production while reducing facility and process carbon emissions. The company's ambitious corporate decarbonization goals further demonstrated its dedication to environmental responsibility. The role of its Senior Leadership, who have ingrained sustainability not merely as an agenda item but as a fundamental value of the company, was also commended.

Shane Geary, Vice President, Manufacturing Operations at Analog Devices, said,

"We are thrilled to receive this national-level recognition from the Irish Lean Business Awards, honouring the extraordinary efforts of our teams. This Sustainability Award reflects our dedication to driving productivity, reducing water usage, enhancing energy efficiency, and curbing emissions while fostering employee engagement. We really appreciate everyone who contributed to this significant achievement, including our Green Team, Sustainability Teams, EHS, and Facilities."

Lean Business Ireland (LBI) presents Ireland as a global exemplar in organisational and enterprise excellence. The LBI Awards are designed to recognise and celebrate such achievements in excellence in Irish-based organisations and aim to position Ireland as the recognised centre of lean and enterprise excellence globally. 

See More
News,