Waste Management Publishes 2017 Sustainability Report
Latest report provides updates on 2020 sustainability goals and recycling
HOUSTON - Dec. 13, 2017- Waste Management has released its 2017 Sustainability Report, which provides updated data to supplement the company's full 2016 report, "Leading Change, Reinvigorating the Spirit of Environmental Stewardship." The report updates progress on the company's 2020 Sustainability Goals, Key Performance Indicators and recent awards received.
"Waste Management has, for many years, been focused on the importance of sustainability," said Jim Fish, president and chief executive officer of Waste Management. "We maintain that focus and commitment as our customers, communities and the environment demand it - and future generations deserve it."
Waste Management will release its next full report in December 2018. To view the 2017 update, visit Waste Management's online Sustainability Report, sustainability.wm.com. To view past company Sustainability Reports, visit wm.com/sustainability.
To learn more about the company's direction and long-term commitment to sustainability, watch Jim Fish and other speakers on a live stream of our eighth annual Sustainability Forum. Other speakers include Mike Rowe, executive producer and show host of Dirty Jobs, and Keller Rinaudo, Founder and CEO of Zipline, a company that invented life-saving drones that drop blood bags and medicine into remote areas. For more information, visit the Waste Management Sustainability Forum.