Johnson Controls featured in Business Roundtable’s 2016 Sustainability Report
A new Business Roundtable report, "Create, Grow, Sustain: People and Technology at Work," highlights the sustainability record of 133 companies, including Johnson Controls.
The combined efforts of Johnson Controls and other leading companies over the last year has reduced the United States’ greenhouse gas emissions, improved energy efficiency, conserved water, cut waste and protected the environment – achievements that benefit the entire world.
Johnson Controls has a strong track record of environmental sustainability beginning with the patent for the electric room thermostat. Johnson Controls continues to meet customer sustainability needs today, which is exemplified by winning "ENERGY STAR's Most Efficient" award for five consecutive years and by continuing to be world's largest recycler of conventional vehicle batteries.
Johnson Controls is also focused on enhancing operational sustainability. From 2002-2014, Johnson Controls reduced its global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity by 41 percent. In addition, it reduced global GHG and energy intensity by 15 percent from 2008-2014. Through programs like Energy Hunt, Johnson Controls has achieved $29.5 million in savings from 2011-2015.
Johnson Controls continues to engage its supply chain through its industry leading Supplier Efficiency Program as well as being a member of CDP Supply Chain since 2008 and its high supplier sustainability rating.