Pall Corporation, a global player in filtration, separation and purification, has again been named one of the greenest companies in America by Newsweek magazine. Pall was ranked sixth in the industrial goods sector and 108th among Newsweek’s U.S. 500 list. This is the third time Pall has appeared in the Newsweek Green Rankings.
The 2012 Rankings assess the environmental performance of the largest publicly traded companies in the United States and around the world. The Green Rankings are the result of a rigorous, peer-reviewed research process, including both quantitative and qualitative data from some of the world’s leading environmental research organizations. Companies are ranked by their overall Green Score. Pall received an overall Green Score of 61.2. The highest ranked company on the U.S. list scored an 82.9.
“It is an honor to again be recognized in the Newsweek Green Rankings,” said Larry Kingsley, Pall president and CEO. “Our environmental commitment is demonstrated by efforts at our own operations as well as through solutions we provide customers to help them achieve their environmental goals.”
Pall’s approach to environmental stewardship is proactive and anchored in a culture of continuous improvement. Committees at Pall facilities oversee on-site programs to identify and implement strategies to achieve sustainability goals. The company’s innovations help customers meet environmental goals by purifying and conserving water, consuming less energy, making alternative energy possible and minimizing emissions and waste.
Pall participates in the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), a global initiative to inventory GHG emissions and evaluate the risk of climate change to business operations. Pall’s annual GHG inventory provides important baseline information that is used to make policy decisions to reduce carbon footprint. Pall also has been included in the Cleantech Index since 2006 and has been a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index since 2001.