Till a few years ago, sustainability was a hotly debated topic in boardrooms during annual presentations.
Management teams wanted it to be part of their credo to project themselves as an environmentally-conscious company. Their sales and marketing team obliged by promoting this philosophy to their investors, suppliers and guests.
Well, today the concept of sustainability has evolved and encompassed a much larger role. It is no longer about broadcasting how much one cares for the environment. Instead, it is about working from the ground up to deploy solutions and processes that will improve air, water and human life quality. And more importantly, it is about savings costs in the bargain.
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