Passionately Committed to Contributing to a Sustainable Future for Everyone

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Sustainability & Our Values

  • We believe that sustainability is a key element of ethical and respectful action
  • We approach sustainability enthusiastically as a team
  • We hold ourselves accountable for our impact on the environment and the community 
  • We embrace and embody these values to achieve optimal results for the benefit of all 

Our Role


In alignment with our commitment to sustainability and the recent trends in legislature, Microline has established a cross-functional committee to improve the sustainability of our manufacturing and operations through carbon footprint reduction, optimization of resources, and elimination of waste.

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As a Manufacturer

We are committed to safeguarding patient safety, the environment, and our community through the following efforts:

  • Increased use of renewable energy at our corporate office and manufacturing facility 
  • Using recycled materials in our packaging 
  • Recycling materials used in our manufacturing process 
  • Minimizing industrial waste production 


As a Corporate Citizen

We continuously engage in community support programs to support local families in need, empower children from low-income homes, and contribute to urgent humanitarian needs:

  • Food drives
  • School supply drives
  • American Red Cross
  • Toys for Tots 


Our Products

Studies have shown that the environmental impact of using reposable instruments such as Microline's in a laparoscopic cholecystectomy was lower than single-use equivalents across 17 midpoint factors.1

  • 36% less carbon emissions for laparoscopic clip appliers
  • 65% less carbon emissions for laparoscopic scissors
  • 71% less carbon emissions for port access devices

      1 Rizan C, Bhutta MF. Environmental impact and life cycle financial cost of hybrid (reusable/single‑use) instruments versus single‑use equivalents in laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Surg Endosc. 2022 Jun;36(6):4067-4078. doi: 10.1007/s00464-021- 08728-z. Epub 2021 Sep 24. PMID:34559257; PMCID: PMC9085686