Agromin, the green materials recycler for more than 50 communities in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and Orange counties, has been designated a Climate Action Leader by the California Climate Action Registry.
The Climate Action Registry is a non-profit organization originally formed by the State of California. Members voluntarily promise to monitor and register greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Registry members that have successfully verified their emissions inventory earn the status of Climate Action Leader.
Of the 347 registry members, Agromin is the only green materials recycling company. By joining the California Climate Action Registry, member organizations demonstrate their concern regarding global climate change. By becoming a Climate Action Leader, members are taking action by measuring, verifying and reporting their GHG emissions to the California Registry and to the public.
"Joining the California Registry and making a commitment now to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions is the right thing to do," says Bill Camarillo, Agromin CEO. "Soon, all businesses will be required to undertake this type of reporting. Agromin has always strived to be a sustainable, carbon-neutral, energy-efficient company. Making the pledge to monitor and report our GHG emissions through the registry is part of that vision."
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