Bank of America is an example of a large business excelling in recycling. In March of 2007, the company committed $20 Billion of ten years to completely revamp their environmental sustainability, including $100 Million investment in energy reduction and conservation. According to their 2010 Environmental Progress Report, the company is heavily invested in Solar and Wind energy, dedicated over $50 Million to both, alongside programs funding new types of energy restoration. Since 2004, the company has reduced their overall GHG emissions by 18%. The Bank of America Tower at One in New York uses a cogenerative plant process to provide approximately 2/3 of their annual electricity and water saving technologies will capture and reuse nearly all the rainfall atop its roofs to reduce their water consumption by 7 million gallons (about half).
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