Start the New Year Right – With Environmental Sustainability Goals
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Reducing the overall environmental carbon footprint of your company and increasing your positive social impact on the world is the most important corporate goal to start the new year right. The board room chatter for 2014 is all about the social impact of every company in the USA and the world.
Since the worlds economic crisis has somewhat subsided over that last few years, corporations have been focusing on how their top management can effect change towards sustainability. Every company needs to focus on adopting best practices of sustainability towards health, safety and the environment in order to remain economically sound.
Achieving sustainability goals has become much easier since there are many companies willing to help with corporate sustainability plans. Some companies consult and formulate plans while others like True Green Enterprises, Inc. manufacture products that help reach sustainability goals. Specifically, the Green2 full line of tree free paper products exceeds all corporate sustainability paper needs with janitorial and away from home products that are 100% free from the use of any tree made paper. Take your recycled program to a new high!
The integration of sustainability into a corporate plan is truly important to the future of everyone, and corporations are aware of the need to adopt important solutions for their sustainability changes. In order to optimally use their resources and deliver solutions for customer needs, stockholder security and economic growth, every company needs to enact positive changes…Changes that enhance the quality of life for current and future generations.
When polling top company CEOs regarding sustainability programs, they’re sentiments and thoughts were all similar: The integration of sustainability into our business was a natural step for us. Serving our local communities by creating value through environmental stewardship and corporate social responsibility is a must.” Economic prosperity is what everyone demands from us and we’re ready to commit t0 our sustainability responsibility.”
And further, “Our commitment to sustainability is an integral part of our corporate structure for 2014.” It’s a win, win, for us, because our employees achieve, our customers succeed, our consumers live better lives, the shareholders prosper and communities thrive.”
Marilyn Reiman, an executive with True Green Enterprises, Inc. said, “We’re working hard to help every company formulate a sustainability plan – starting with their paper consumption. The goal of our company is help make it easy for companies to reach their own environmental sustainability goals in 2014. In turn, we’ve made sure that our full line of 100% tree free products are easily accessible to everyone. Â The most convenient distribution channels like UNFI, KeHe, Nature’s Best and many other green product distributors have been fully stocked across the country for the corporate and individual sustainability demands of 2014. Our focus is to help companies create a more sustainable world!
It appears as though the role of top management becomes critical in ensuring that sustainability is embedded into the business decision-making process so that companies can minimize their own footprint while delivering the right solutions to the world. Social responsibility is driving corporate interest, especially in business, and the world is listening!
When asked about the future of corporate sustainability programs worldwide and their own Environmental Sustainability Goals, Terry Lehmann, CEO of True Green Enterprises, Inc. said, “A portion of the proceeds from the sale of our products will be donated to the Arbor Day Foundation in support of planting trees in the USA. We want companies to start or revitalize their own corporate sustainability programs. So, we’ve taken the first step and shown them how to “walk the walk” with our Arbor Day Foundation alignment and our Green2 full line of 100% tree free paper products. Please join us, and nearly a million members who plant and care for trees.”