Promega UK, the life sciences company, based on the University of Southampton Science Park in Hampshire, today announced publication of its annual Corporate Responsibility Report of sustainable practices and resulting trends through the previous year.
Promega Corporation is currently constructing several highly efficient buildings globally with aggressive sustainability goals and strategies, including a branch facility in Southampton, here in the United Kingdom. Promega's newly released 2019 Corporate Responsibility Report highlights how, over the last three years, an overall culture of sustainability resulted in an 8% reduction in the company’s carbon-to-revenue footprint.
The 2019 report documents how, over the last three years, an overall culture of sustainability resulted in an 8% reduction in the company’s carbon-to-revenue footprint.
We not only spend time reinforcing why [sustainability] is important, but also examine how we achieve these results, and for us this begins with each person at Promega.
Promega employees, tapping into their own unique passions and expertise, have been the source of many innovative and meaningful ideas. These ideas, in turn, have helped our company invent new products, recycle materials, create innovative health programs, exceed customer expectations and support local communities. Someone sparked an idea and the rest of us fanned the flame.”
Promega founder and CEO Bill Linton
Initiatives and outcomes featured in the 2019 Promega Corporate Responsibility Report include:
- Designing and building highly efficient facilities globally with aggressive sustainability goals and strategies, including current projects in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Madison, Wisconsin.
- Funding the exploration of biotech solutions to environmental challenges worldwide with a $3 million pledge to the Revive & Restore Catalyst Science Fund.
- Supporting biomarker testing for cancer immunotherapy by advancing new applications for Promega microsatellite instability assay technology.
- Embracing the principles of emotional and social intelligence (ESI) across the entire organization globally to help employees improve relationships, manage stress and solve problems creatively.
Promega has integrated corporate responsibility and sustainable business practices since its founding in 1978. For the last 11 years, the company’s annual Corporate Responsibility Report has documented how Promega continues to align these practices with positive social, environmental and business outcomes.