Weber Shandwick Receives Green Certification for U.S. Offices
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Weber Shandwick Receives Green Certification for U.S. Offices

Weber Shandwick has received ISO 14001 certification for all its offices in the United States. The ISO 14001 certification is an internationally recognized framework for the environmental impact of a company’s activities, products, and services meet international standards.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Weber Shandwick has received ISO 14001 certification for all its offices in the United States. The ISO 14001 certification is an internationally recognized framework for environmental management, measurement, evaluation, and auditing and indicates that the environmental impact of a company’s activities, products, and services meet international standards. 

Weber Shandwick received its U.S. certification from ERM Certification & Verification Services, an independent member of the worldwide Environmental Resources Management Group of Companies. Certification means that every Weber Shandwick office has achieved proficiency in recycling, saving paper, and using energy efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs, among other steps.  In 2006, Weber Shandwick’s London office was also awarded the ISO 14001 certification.

“Sustainable business practices are a key focus for us at Weber Shandwick and we are proud to earn this distinction,” ssays Andy Polansky, Weber Shandwick’s president. “There is no doubt that these initiatives are what our employees and clients expect of us.”

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