Clean Earth, Inc. Releases 2015 Annual Sustainability Report
AUGUST 2, 2016
CLEAN EARTH, INC. RELEASE 2015 ANNUAL SUSTAINABILITY REPORT FOCUSED ON NURTURING A CULTURE OF SUSTAINABILITY.
Clean Earth, Inc. today released its 4th annual Sustainability Report which provides a snapshot of the company’s efforts to improve conditions for its employees as well as its communities, advance environmental stewardship, and enhance the financial strength of its growing organization. This report covers the 2015 calendar year and is prepared in accordance with the Core option under Global Reporting Initiative G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines.
Chris Dods, President & CEO – Clean Earth, states, “Looking ahead to the next three years, Clean Earth will continue to enhance our stakeholder engagement efforts and deepen our understanding of the issues most important to those affected by our business. By operating as a highly integrated organization and maintaining the highest ethical, environmental, safety, and service standards, we will maximize value for our customers, employees, shareholders, and the environment.”
Clean Earth’s 2015 Annual Sustainability Report outlines the company’s four sustainability goals, metrics, and targets. This sustainability report, along with Clean Earth’s 2016 – 2018 Sustainability Plan, focused on “Nurturing a Culture of Sustainability,” demonstrates Clean Earth’s unwavering commitment to customers, employees, and the environment. For example, in 2015 Clean Earth adopted technology to track fuel consumption on all off-road fleet and driving behavior of on-road fleet. Management teams monitor fuel data and work directly with the field crews to ensure the fleet is running efficiently. By incorporating this initiative and technology, Clean Earth was able to reduce fuel consumption over 30% from last year. In addition, over 700 tons of CO2 was averted in 2015 by switching transportation routes from truck to rail to Clean Earth facilities.
Clean Earth’s full report can be found here: 2015 Annual Sustainability Report