Sustainable Engineering is a Conversation Worth Having

Perhaps the future of sustainable business practices is not a subject that keeps you up at night. Maybe you deem the terms “eco-friendly” and “closed-loop” as only relevant to younger generations. You may even feel that “renewable energy” is a nuance that will falter in the face of the Presidency’s mantra of fossil fuel dependency.

But maybe the future of your business actually depends on your stance on these issues.

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How to Meet Your Procurement Goals with ITAD

Procurement is a tough gig. You have pressures from all sides. From your suppliers who are trying to creep costs up over time to stake holders who demand an increasing speed of business to management who wants to cut costs as far as possible. You’re more than a buyer of things, and it’s time to prove it.

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The Green CEO’s Guide to Getting Started with Sustainability

If you’ve followed us for any length of time, you know that we’re fans of the triple bottom line. People, planet, and profit drive most of the decisions that we make, but what steps should you take as a “green” CEO? How can you reduce the environmental impact of your organization in a meaningful way?

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How to Lead when Sustainability is Expected

Soon, corporate sustainability will no longer be a goal — it will be an expectation. But getting there requires strong leadership. Fortunately, (unfortunately?) the sustainability problem can’t be isolated to one group in your organization. Getting from where we are to where we want to be takes the combined effort of each member of your leadership team.

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