Honeywell’s Environmental Responsibility Efforts Highlighted In 2012 Sustainability Report

Sustainability Report

The Business Roundtable (BRT) has released its 2012 Sustainability Report – titled Create, Grow, Sustain – which highlights the efforts of America's CEOs to create a more sustainable future. In the report, Dave Cote, Honeywell Chairman and CEO and Energy Environment Committee Chair of the BRT, explains how Honeywell’s solutions and technologies expand sustainable capacity and improve the efficiency of products and processes to foster “Sustainable Opportunity”.

In an effort to help reduce energy consumption and environmental impact around the world, Honeywell is working with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) as one of four energy services companies involved at the outset of CCI’s Energy Efficiency Building Retrofit Program. The company has already implemented projects to upgrade facilities and cut carbon emissions in London, Melbourne, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Puerto Rico.

The company’s dedication to protecting the environment with a comprehensive and contemporary commitment is one of the central tenets of how Honeywell does business. In 2007, Honeywell established five-year greenhouse gas and energy efficiency objectives for our internal operations. Honeywell met these goals, reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by more than 30 percent, and increasing our energy efficiency by more than 20 percent, both measured from a 2004 baseline year. Annual goals will continue to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase energy efficiency.

Watch Cote’s latest message reaffirming Honeywell's commitment to protecting the environment.

Read the Business Round Table’s 2012 Sustainability Report  or visit their website.