AMEICO has embraced sustainable practices throughout the course of our 25 year history. From our physical spaces to packaging and shipping methods, we strive to continuously improve our positive impact on the environment.

Products & Partners 
Ameico carefully selects appropriate partners to represent and distribute. We believe that quality and lifespan of products is a key element in sustainable practices. We reject “disposable” products and believe that enduring quality and design make a meaningful impact on our environment. AMEICO works with our makers and customers to constantly raise the bar on sustainable practices. This is a global effort, as we work with manufacturers and clients worldwide. From manufacturing to packaging and shipping, we seek to reduce waste and carbon impacts in any way possible.

USA - 29 Church St. Offices &  Warehouse
Headquarters are located in a Historic building that was built in 1917 for Southern New England Telephone, as a switchboard facility. After falling into disrepair, AMEICO founder, Peter Kahane purchased this property in 2012. In partnership with State and Federal historic preservation trusts, this building was lovingly restored for and adaptive reuse project. We welcome all visitors and regularly host events for arts and design.

USA - 29 Church Street conservation measures

Solar panels supply the bulk of buildings energy demand. Panels are carefully placed, so as not to impact the historic appearance of building. Dual flush toilets, low flow showerheads and faucets have been installed alongside a full shower and changing room, encouraging employees to run or bike to work.

There is something about parenthood that gives us a sense of history and a deeply rooted desire to send on into the next generation the great things we have discovered about life. And part of that is the desire to instill in our children the love of science, of learning and particularly the love of nature.

USA - 1 Wellsville Ave. Warehouse
This is a 22,000 sq ft 4 level renovated Tobacco Barn on Historic Registry. Built in 1891, this property underwent an award winning total historic renovation in 2002. Purchased by Ameico Founder, Peter Kahane in 2016, AMEICO completed a Solar panel installation in December of 2020.