Responsibly managing company operations is part of TTI’s dedication to environmental sustainability. Now, more than ever, we acknowledge the balance between the need for economic growth and protecting the environment for future generations. A commitment to responsible environmental conservancy extends throughout TTI as we continually work to reduce energy consumption, paper use and waste output. We recognize that climate change is a serious issue that demands attention and action from the business community. TTI will continue to take actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from both direct and indirect business operations.
We embrace our clients’ businesses and work together to achieve sustainability goals through project design, performance, execution and delivery.
We encourage and desire to increase participation in local and national organizations working to address sustainability challenges.
In a continued goal to deepen employee engagement we encourage a culture across the organization through active implementation of our sustainability strategies, promoting health and safety for all employees, those we serve and the public.
We are strongly committed to protecting the health and safety of our employees and to conducting our operations in an environmentally responsible manner.
We are dedicated to a green initiative with integrations of a solar system array on our headquarters office. Installed in 2010, the system has a positive impact on air emissions including greenhouse gases. Energy conservation measures at our corporate headquarters were implemented also by upgrading both indoor and outdoor lights to high efficiency fluorescent and LED fixtures and installing new, energy efficient HVAC systems. We also continue to reduce our carbon footprint associated with our company vehicular travel with the use of energy efficient vehicles. We support the preservation of resources and actively encourage reuse and recycling programs.
Volunteers at TTI have constructed a Monarch Butterfly Waystation at TTI’s headquarter office. The garden is successfully being used by Monarchs and pollinators. Other ecological projects are planned at our facility to conserve and protect native species.