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San Jose, California 95113
800.790.6236 | 408.608.1661 FAX
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Alameda, California 94501
800.790.6236 | 510.523.1165 FAX
Pacific Southwest Region
Laguna Hills, California
23382 Mill Creek Drive, Suite 110
Laguna Hills, California 92653
949.420.0655 | 949.583.9675 FAX
Los Angeles, California
5933 West Century Blvd., Suite 218
Los Angeles, CA 90045
310.670.0018 | 310.670.0715 FAX
2401 East Gonzales Road, Suite 180
Oxnard, CA 93036
805.288.5070 | 805.288.5095 FAX
Pacific Northwest Region
1400 NW Compton Drive
Hillsboro, Oregon 97006
503.352.3640 | 503.726.0227 FAX
Central / Eastern Region
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EORM provides multi-national clients with localized, knowledgeable and dependable support around the globe.
We show companies how to strategically design and integrate sustainable practices into their products, services and processes, in their own facilities and throughout their supply chain.
For over 20 years weâ€™ve been helping companies protect the environment, keep people safe and deliver social value â€“ the cornerstones of Sustainability â€“ while reducing costs, enhancing their reputation, and not just meeting, but exceeding the growing requirements and expectations of government, industry and their customers.
Our approach is pragmatic â€“ we can transform a sustainability strategy into a clear, achievable action plan, and then provide the expert technical skills to implement sustainable solutions.
In helping corporations design and implement sustainability, we have found the roadmap typically follows this path:
Define Priorities: What areas matter to us from an environmental, social and economic standpoint?
External Assessment: What are others doing, and what do customers and regulators expect of us?
Internal Assessment: What is our estimated baseline impact and risk (GHG, water, chemicals, hazardous waste, safety, community impact)?
Define Targets and Gap: What are our key targets? Gaps between current state and targets? What initiatives need to be put in place?
How Will We Make it Happen? Governance Structure, Resources and Investments
Infrastructure: Put in place governance and measurement structure, including information system solution.
Baseline and Report: Perform detailed environmental inventory and put reporting structure in place. Draft first sustainability report.
Capture Efficiencies: Energy efficiencies and reductions, waste reduction or reuse potential, travel reductions, IT efficiencies, local green teams
Measure Results: Capture savings and environmental impacts.
Market Opportunity Assessment: What â€˜greenâ€™, sustainability, environmental or social responsibility services or products do our customers want that we may not be delivering? What global, social and environmental problems are emerging that we are in a unique position to address?
Product and Service Reformulation: How can we deliver our products and services in a more environmentally and socially responsible way?
Service Development: What services do our customers or target markets buy that could be replaced with a more sustainable service that we could deliver?
New Markets: Are we capturing market opportunity with developing market customers at differing price points?
Supplier Responsibility: Assess supplier labor, economic and environmental status and requirements. Perform supplier audits and manage corrective actions. Determine future sourcing requirements. Address supplier community impacts and development.
Public Advocacy: Is our public policy and advocacy position consistent with our responsibility goals?
Partnership Strategy: Engage in industry and other partnerships to standardize and drive more efficient change. Expand NGO and government partnerships to create market, political and customer opportunity.
Customer Influence: Enhance brand loyalty and sustainability impact through engagement with customer or customersâ€™ customers behavior.
While we have experience in all four of the path elements outlined here, we specialize in the following areas:
We have particular technical expertise in the high tech, biotech, solar and manufacturing industries.
Weâ€™d love to talk to you about your sustainability goals. Please contact us for more information or to speak with an EORM sustainability services consultant.
Environmental Impact Analysis and Reduction
Sustainability Data Management and Communication
Standards Development or Assurance
Social or Community Responsibility