Hypertherm, which makes industrial cutting systems and software, says that it has published record results in its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report.

This year’s report shows the results in all areas of CSR measured by Hypertherm including community engagement, environmental impact, and company associate wellbeing. The report also shares examples of Hypertherm’s CSR work throughout its five decades in business.

In 2017, for the first time ever, company associates each received 32 hours of paid time off to volunteer, an eight-hour increase over prior years leading to 86% of associates serving a combined 25,601 hours in 20 countries, the company said. Hypertherm also provided support to nonprofits through a charitable foundation which supports organizations in health and wellness, education, food and shelter, STEM, and the environment.

Hypertherm also diverted 98.2% of its waste from landfills, recording its best year of operational energy efficiency since 2010, and decreasing its water usage and logistics footprint.

 Read the full report here.