Why Construction Firms Should Think Differently on the Issue of Sustainability

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The way our planet’s waste and recycling is processed should matter to all of us.

May 25, 2020
Chris Batterson - Construction Executive

How does a construction company differentiate itself from the competition? If the company owner don’t know the answer to this question, or if the first thought that popped into his or her mind was a generic answer along the lines of customer service, keep reading.

While all businesses should strive to deliver better results for their customers, if a construction firm is looking to stand out from the crowd, putting sustainability at the very center of everything it does will be a clear difference maker.

Finding ways to divert construction and demolition (C&D) waste materials away from landfills and into recycling streams is a must. Keeping track of and measuring your C&D recycling rates on a per-project basis, and also company-wide, can be the difference between winning and losing a contract.

Reprinted courtesy of Chris Batterson, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.

Mr. Batterson may be contacted at chris.batterson@rubiconglobal.com


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