“Sustainability is based on a simple principle: Everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment.”

EPA, What is Sustainability?

Environmental sustainability is a growing concern globally. As standards of living increase so does the demand for products that meet critical societal needs like food safety, protection from extreme temperatures, insulation, and fire suppression. Meeting these needs while minimizing environmental footprint is top of mind.

We are collectively committed to phasing in new-generation products, as they are environmentally preferable because of their reduced impact on the environment (e.g. protection of the ozone layer and reducing greenhouse gas footprint) compared to out-dated alternatives. We pursue holistic approaches to sustainability that aim to maximize energy efficiency and reduce the life-cycle impact of our products, including in the manufacturing process.

But this conversation is not limited to products. For globalFACT, environmental sustainability means pursuing holistic solutions with our environment in mind. It also means empowering the users of our products to make informed decisions. That is why globalFACT is compiling and promoting best practices for deploying advanced climate technologies that are sustainable. This philosophy is about protecting future generations while meeting critical societal needs.