- Cascade

Cascade has recently released its 2015 Annual Sustainability Report as a part of Compass™, the company’s Corporate Sustainability Program. This is Cascade’s second sustainability report under the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). GRI is the internationally recognized sustainability reporting framework that enables companies and organizations to measure, understand and communicate their sustainability efforts.

“At Cascade, we believe it is our business to take care of the natural environment, invest in our communities, and grow our business in a way that positively impacts all those around us. We call it Sustainability,” explains Cascade CEO, Tim Smith.

“Our Corporate Sustainability Program empowers each and every employee to implement best management practices that improve our business while delivering real value to our clients and the communities in which we work,” says Smith on Cascade’s sustainability priorities.

Cascade works closely with its stakeholder groups to identify and prioritize issues that have a significant impact, or potential impact, on the company’s continued success or may greatly impact our stakeholders. Highlights of Cascade’s 2015 Sustainability Report include:

  • Expanded workforce 27% over previous year
  • Industry-leading safety and compliance record
  • Over 20,000 hours of employee training
  • Employee Green Team recycled over one half million pounds of waste in just 3 months
  • Launched new Sustainable Sourcing program across facilities nationwide

Cascade’s 2015 Annual Sustainability Report is available on the Company’s website at www.cascade-env.com.

About Cascade:
Cascade is the leading provider of environmental drilling, high resolution site characterization, and in situ remediation applications in the United States. Our vision is to integrate technology, safety, sustainability and human potential to tackle the challenging environmental and geotechnical issues facing our clients. For more information on Cascade, please visit www.cascade-env.com.


Related Resources