What the Hawaiian Wildfires Mean for Climate Sustainability

What the Hawaiian Wildfires Mean for Climate Sustainability

by Kerri BoddySenior Environmental ScientistThe current wildfires in Hawaii, like wildfires anywhere, have significant implications for climate sustainability. While Hawaii is known for its lush landscapes and tropical climate, it is not immune to the effects of...
Using ISO to Drive ESG

Using ISO to Drive ESG

by Greg Lathan President Today, ISO certification is synonymous with quality. There are numerous benefits obtained through ISO certification, including technological, economic and social advantages. You can also improve the quality of your processes and products,...
Sustainability Hurdles to Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Sustainability Hurdles to Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

by Greg Lathan, MSPHPresidentand Michael L. Walker, PE, LEED-AP, CEMVice President, Principal Engineer In EI’s blog series on sustainability in business, the latest article, “Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise (SME) Involvement is the Key to Sustainability Success,”...
5 Do’s and 5 Don’ts for Recycling

5 Do’s and 5 Don’ts for Recycling

by Eric CuretonOperations Manager We all want to do our part in protecting the planet from unnecessary waste, but sometimes that good intent can lead us to putting things we shouldn’t in our recycling bins. According to Republic Services, here are 5 things that don’t...