The people of Inspirus are mindful stewards of the environment. As a green company, we work diligently to ensure that our operations do not damage the environment.
To be environmentally friendly, we recycle all of our paper and cardboard waste. Our manufacturing facility reclaims all scrap materials for recycling — including scraps from sink traps, floor drains, rinse tanks, dust filters and our plating system. In fact, we have achieved 100 percent environmental compliance with the City of Fort Worth’s wastewater pretreatment permits.
By doing our part to help protect vital water supplies, we have won the Fort Worth Water Department Pretreatment Partnership Award for the past several years — an honor commending us for achieving 100 percent compliance with local, state and federal water pretreatment regulations.
Another way we keep it green is by keeping a keen eye on our consumption of electricity. We use state-of-the-art technology centers in our corporate office to monitor and control usage. All lighting is automated with preprogrammed on and off times.
We are proud to offer “Rewards Done Right.” By partnering with socially responsible vendors and nonprofits in underdeveloped countries and communities, we help support fair wages, equal-opportunity employment, education and sustainable products made from recycled goods and eco-friendly materials.
Sodexo is committed to sustainability practices and corporate social responsibility to make the communities we serve and the world at large a better place. For 14 years, Sodexo has maintained its ranking as the top-rated company in its industry on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI). Sodexo had the highest score across a number of areas, including local impact of business operations, human capital development and environmental policy and management systems.
Through its Better Tomorrow 2025 corporate responsibility roadmap, Sodexo’s efforts in the sustainability space focus on partnering with local and small businesses to contribute to local economies and tackle waste through its WasteWatch program.