An environmental sustainability program can best be thought of as a chain. Like all chains, they are made of strong individual links, and interconnectedness is where their strength lies. Link International Inc. connects these roles together to streamline the process and foster healthy communication within an organization.
Some of the links include:
High-level executives are generally too busy to focus all of their attention on a waste management program. However, they act as the ultimate decision maker when it comes to the company’s environmentally sustainability initiative. To make them strong links, they need to receive important information regarding the waste management program so they can determine if it’s the right fit for the organization.
This person is the primary driver of the sustainability program. It’s their job to communicate details of the waste management initiative to the CEO in an attractive, logical manner, and they must be the person who drives the facilities management below them. Link International Inc. works closely with the sustainability officer and simplifies all tasks related to the program.
Without the hard work of the facility manager, a sustainability program won’t succeed. They must determine if safety issues, potential contamination, and problems with vendors and equipment exist. In addition, facilities managers must work with their warehouse staff to ensure all employees get the training they need.
Those who are actually separating the materials in the warehouse breathe life into the sustainability plan. Without their attention to detail, collection bins could become contaminated or equipment could be mishandled risking safety.
Link International Inc.
We are the team that empowers your team to reach its full potential. Link International Inc. is ready to strengthen and support every link in your chain.
Our process creates an environment in which every link in the chain works and communicates effectively.
The Secret to Success is an unbroken Chain
Link International Inc. has discovered the secret to success when developing an environmental sustainability program. The number one reason sustainability programs fail is lack of buy-in from the top down. If the program is not endorsed on every level, success is a struggle, and the effectiveness of the effort fades over time.