At Stanley Black & Decker we are ECOSMART™. This means that we are committed to improving the sustainability of our operations, our products, our communities, our suppliers and our customers. Moreover, it means that we are vigilant about our sustainability initiatives, and that we place a priority on maintaining an open dialogue with all of our stakeholders.
ECOSMART™ emphasizes our commitment to a sustainable future and aligns with the Stanley Fulfillment System, ensuring that our products with sustainable attributes maximize their business attributes, as well.
We embed ECOSMART™ thinking into everything we do.
In line with our ECOSMART™ sustainability strategy, STANLEY Security's Indianapolis facility works with Crossroads, an organization that safely processes waste polystyrene material.
Since this project started, nearly 16,000 pounds of polystyrene have been diverted from landfill. See more highlights like these here.
Since 2010, we've been listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability North American Index in the IEQ Machinery and Electrical Equipment category. The Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index tracks the performance of the top 20% of the 600 largest Canadian and United States companies in the S&P Global Broad Market Index that lead the filed in terms of sustainability.
Jim Loree, President and CEO of Stanley Black & Decker states, "ECOSMART™. How we work, operate, design, manufacture, market, sell and transport our products with sustainability in mind. It is a competitive differentiator."
ECOSMART™ is instilling environmental and safety accountability in our people—while creating a paradigm shift in how we attract, develop and retain the next generation of talent.
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