Guide For Businesses Available From EPA | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Developed in consultation with Businesses for Social Responsibility (BSR), the publication focuses on partnership programs from the EPA. “A Business Guide to U.S. EPA Climate Partnership Programs” features profiles on 35 EPA climate-change related partnership programs, as well as a table designed to assist companies find the programs most appropriate for their industry and business […]


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Developed in consultation with Businesses for Social Responsibility (BSR), the publication focuses on partnership programs from the EPA. “A Business Guide to U.S. EPA Climate Partnership Programs” features profiles on 35 EPA climate-change related partnership programs, as well as a table designed to assist companies find the programs most appropriate for their industry and business […]
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Guide For Businesses Available From EPA

Guide For Businesses Available From EPA | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Developed in consultation with Businesses for Social Responsibility (BSR), the publication focuses on partnership programs from the EPA. “A Business Guide to U.S. EPA Climate Partnership Programs” features profiles on 35 EPA climate-change related partnership programs, as well as a table designed to assist companies find the programs most appropriate for their industry and business objectives.

Each program profile defines the environmental value delivered by the program and the business case for participating, such as cost savings, operational efficiency, reduced business risk, new or expanded markets, enhanced reputation and brand protection.

The EPA’s Climate Partnership Programs include the following areas of focus:
Agriculture, Air Quality, Energy Efficiency and Global Climate Change, Pollution Prevention, Product Labeling, Regulatory Innovation, Sector Programs, Technology, Transportation, Waste Management, Water, and Regional Partnership Programs.

The new guide for businessses also describes some of the benefits an organization can gain by partnering with EPA, such as environmental performance benchmarking, public recognition, professional training and networking, and preparation for regulatory developments. There are currently more than 13,000 firms and other organizations participating in EPA climate related partnership programs. Through participation, members are investing in energy efficiency, clean energy supply, and other practices and technologies for mitigating climate risks.

EPA developed the guide in consultation with Businesses for Social Responsibility (BSR), a nonprofit business association. BSR, which provides practical resources for businesses seeking sustainable solutions, is promoting the guide to its 250 members and other Global 1000 enterprises.

The guide can be downloaded as a PDF file from www.epa.gov/partners.

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