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Coexisting with the environment means more than simply tossing your soda can or newspaper into the recycle bin. A real commitment to being responsible global citizens is long term and often complex, with its own need for resources.
At Goodmans, we're committed to the environment because it is the right thing to do. In fact, environmental responsibility is one of our core values. We partner with environmentally conscious manufactures like Herman Miller, educate the community about green products and help clients make environmentally sound choices.
Our Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professionals® help our clients develop environmentally sustainable buildings and achieve LEED certification. Based on well-founded scientific standards, LEED emphasizes state-of-the-art strategies for sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. LEED certification distinguishes building projects that have demonstrated a commitment to sustainability by meeting the highest performance standards.
When Goodmans joined forces with Herman Miller in 1968, Herman Miller was already well on the way to a higher level of environmental consciousness. Today they are one of the top "green" companies in the world. It has taken them four decades to be able to practice what they preach in every aspect of their operation, from manufacturing to management.
A firm belief in and the practice of being innovators versus imitators produces the synergy that makes companies like Goodmans and Herman Miller the change agents in our markets. Commitment to innovation environmental responsibility requires a level of determination and staying power that only the best companies can sustain and enjoy. It's an ongoing process that permeates every aspect of our operation.
For more information about Green Services, visit Green Ideas, Inc.,
another Goodmans Interior Structures Alliance Partner.