Is there a blue print to follow for corporate sustainability?



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    Some corporations seek to green-up their images in order to boost sales or reputations. There are numerous ad agencies that can help them accomplish this. Some corporations seek greater sustainability for their operations because of a sincere need to lessen their impact on the environment, and while this is trickier there are also tools available to accomplish this. There is a Corporate Sustainability Summit, for example. Innovation and creativity can help businesses find ways to promote sustainability. One perhaps unlikely example is that of Burgerville, a fast food chain found in the Pacific Northwest. Burgerville takes sustainability to heart: their milkshake cups are made of compostable plastic (with composting and recycling bins next to trash cans in their restaurants); they reuse fryer oil for bio fuels, source tons of local ingredients from Northwest farms, and power their restaurants with renewable wind credits.

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