Sustainable or Green?

Quinn, Barbara
October 2008
Pollution Engineering;Oct2008, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p19
Trade Publication
The article discusses the significance of green movements or sustainable programs in companies. It notes Millipore Corp.'s new sustainability program which builds on the company's track record of environmental responsibility and how the new initiative creates a long-term program aimed at reducing its carbon footprint by 20% over 5 years. While not claiming a perfect environmental record the company has responded swiftly to problems and shown determination to reduce its environmental impact.


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