Since 1995 to the present, Interface has decreased its energy use per unit by 43%, renewable energy use is down 30%, greenhouse gases have been reduced by 44%, waste sent to landfills is down 77%, and water use per unit is down 80% on their Mission Zero journey to transform the company's footprint, products and culture by 2020.
2012 Global Impact Awards
April 25, 2012
METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THIRD ANNUAL GLOBAL IMPACT AWARDS
Strategic Imperatives CEO Diana Rivenburgh Helps MAC Select Award Recipients
(Atlanta, GA) –The Global Commerce Council, a large group of corporate executives who strategize and execute the global commerce strategy of the Metro Atlanta Chamber (MAC), today announced the winners of the third annual 2012 Global Impact Awards at the Hotel InterContinental Buckhead. The Global Impact Awards honor MAC members for their international presence and their excellence and innovation in international business in the Metro Atlanta area during 2011.
The finalists and winners in each category were:
- Economic Development - Foreign Investment: Winner: Surya Carpets, Inc. Finalists: SANY Americas and SELF Electronics.
- Economic Development – Trade/Business Development: Winner: Hannah Solar. Finalists: St. Joseph’s Translational Research Institute and Suniva.
- The Global Impact Award was awarded to NACA – Atlanta (National Association of Chinese-Americans).
Strategic Imperatives CEO Diana Rivenburgh served on the selection committee for the award, along with Cathy Harper of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, Jeff McCoy of Atlantic Capital Bank, and Steve Baldwin.