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Top 10 Steps for a Successful EMIS Project: New Report

Leaders at large enterprises know that gathering and disseminating information about EHS performance can lead directly to improved financial performance, says Dorney Douglass, a senior director at Sphera. In a new report from Environmental Leader, sponsored by Sphera, Douglass discusses how enterprises are publicly setting performance goals and reporting business sustainability, ranging from water … Read more »

EL Announces Product & Project of the Year Award Winners

EL Announces Product & Project of the Year Award Winners

Environmental Leader today announces the winners of the fourth annual Environmental Leader Product & Project Awards, a program that recognizes excellence in the fields of environmental, sustainability and energy management. “Each year since the inception of the Environmental Leader Product and Project Awards program, the range and quality of the … Read more »

EL Conference Brings Sustainability to Denver Next Week

The Environmental Leader 2016 Conference, June 21-23 in Denver, is all about current and emerging real-world challenges and the practical tools and solutions to help companies meet them. Commercial and industrial environment, sustainability, EHS and energy professionals will share strategies and tools they use to achieve cost savings, reduce waste, … Read more »

3 Stops on the Journey to Enabling EHS

3 Stops on the Journey to Enabling EHS

Improving – and even transforming – business critical functions like Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS), by using technology to unlock elusive information and insight, is critical to reaching operational excellence. The journey toward making this happen is one marked with decisions that directly impact both the business and economic outcome. … Read more »

5 Steps to Ensure the Success of Global EMIS Projects

With shareholders and customers increasingly demanding sustainability and non-financial operational data, large organizations are realizing that such information needs to be easily available, standardized and consistent across their multiple operations in locations around the globe. In order to do this, many are embarking on projects to implement environmental management information … Read more »

How to Choose the Correct Emission Control Technology

This article is sponsored by Anguil Environmental Systems. Increasingly stringent clean air standards and heightened concerns over greenhouse gas emissions are driving technology enhancements in manufacturing and throughout industry. The air pollution control landscape is changing for these manufacturers and those that adapt are seeing the environmental and economic benefits, … Read more »

Concept of a ‘Continuous Product Lifecycle’ Evolves from Recycling

A one-dimensional focus on managing waste at end-of-life can have the unintended affect of blinding a company to oftentimes more impactful phases of the lifecycle. Recycling is a highly visible, feel-good activity that is easy to take part in, and curbside programs and single-stream collection have increased the convenience level to an … Read more »

Creating a Legal Registry for Compliance Attainability

Creating a Legal Registry for Compliance Attainability

The compliance challenges that entities such as chemical, energy, or mining companies face are seemingly endless – and endlessly complex. And because the word “compliance” means different things to different people, there are various ways to consider the state of being in compliance. For example, compliance has traditionally been thought … Read more »

How to Manage Environmental Risk in a Complex Organization: Tips from DIA

[Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles based on interviews from experts in the field who will be speaking at the Environmental Leader 2016 Conference in June.] Environmental management becomes more challenging as organizations grow in complexity, but Denver International Airport – the first US airport … Read more »

Practical Tips for Fostering a Committed and Environmentally Conscious Workforce

  [Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles based on interviews from experts in the field who will be speaking at the Environmental Leader 2016 Conference in June.] Environmental management initiatives reach their goals and become successful more easily when employees are engaged and enthusiastic, General Motors has … Read more »

Sustainability Programs Mature, Focus on Intended Outcomes

This article is sponsored by Dakota Software. The corporate sustainability programs of many companies saw 2015 marking the beginning of a new set of goals, which would seem to suggest that such programs are maturing, according to a new report from the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM). Of particular interest, the report … Read more »

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