The Best and Brightest Sustainable Companies awards celebrate companies that are making their businesses more sustainable, the lives of their employees better and improving community locally and globally.
The broadening variety of winners in the 2015 Best and Brightest Sustainable Companies in Michigan awards is further proof that that the environmental philosophy is being widely embraced.
Grand Rapids is in the public comment phase of a $30-million plan to restore the rapids downtown and turn the city’s focus toward the waterfront.
Michigan’s new Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund aims to reimburse owners or operators of underground tanks for corrective actions that address releases from leaking systems, and assist them in meeting their financial responsibility.
Increasingly, companies are looking for ways not only to save through energy initiatives but also by recognizing that their customers, suppliers and shareholders are raising the bar when it comes to the environment. The 101 Best and Brightest Sustainable Companies show us that going green simply makes sense.
Benefit Corp legislation has been proposed in the Michigan legislature since 2010. Nationwide, 27 states have adopted the business designation that makes social and environmental impact part of your articles of incorporation. Another 14 states are expected to pass the legislation in 2015. Is Michigan missing out on investments and new companies that want to form as Benefit Corps?
As newer and better electronics continue to hit the market, the question of what to do with the old ones is crucial. In this three-part series, electronics recycling expert Joseph Yob explores how e-recycling processes can preserve the environment, protect your sensitive data, and utilize sustainable green technology.
Cutting energy costs is one way to improve your company’s bottom line, but did you know state and federal agencies will help pay the cost of reducing your reliance on fossil fuels? Here’s some state and federal programs that will help your business to go green.
Businesses looking to “go green” may need to look no further than the solutions available in nature. Algae, traditionally considered a pest, has the potential to make buildings and aquaculture more sustainable.
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