Environmental Sustainability Initiatives at International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
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"Perhaps the first of IBM's environmental efforts was industrial wastewater treatment at our plants, back in the 1940s, years before treatment was required by law."1
- John Serino, Director of Corporate Environmental Programs, IBM, in 1989.
"While we are known for being a leading manufacturer of IT equipment, IBM also leads the way in computer disposal….. By returning less to landfills through renewal, refurbishment and recycling; we are doing our part to protect the environment around the world."2
- Wayne Balta, Vice President, Environmental Policy, IBM, in 2007.
1] John Davies, "Big Green: IBM and the ROI of
Environmental Leadership," www.amrresearch.com, April 17, 2007.
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