How Ingersoll Rand Tests Best Practices in Sustainability, From Manufacturing to Marketplace

How Ingersoll Rand Tests Best Practices in Sustainability, From Manufacturing to Marketplace

By Heather Bowden and Katie Ellman, GreenBiz
Ingersoll Rand machinery and CSO Scott Tew. Photo Credit: GreenBiz

Ingersoll Rand machinery and CSO Scott Tew. Photo Credit: GreenBiz

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Monday, April 8, 2019 - 12:05pm

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Scott Tew’s sustainability journey began on his family’s produce farm in Alabama. There, he learned that "natural resources are precious gifts that need to be nurtured, protected and never squandered."

Today, Tew is executive director of Ingersoll Rand’s Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability (CEES). Tew’s efforts have helped lead to the development of world-class initiatives, including the introduction of the company’s comprehensive triple bottom line targets, the creation of the EcoWiseTM product portfolio and its industry-leading public commitment to combat climate change at the U.N. Climate Summit.

Read the full interview to learn how Ingersoll Rand is fulfilling its commitment to sustainability.

Listen to the interview on the Bard College Impact Report podcast. 

CATEGORY: Energy