Maroon Group Earns Silver Level Recognition from EcoVadis for Third Consecutive Year
Through the comprehensive EcoVadis CSR assessment, Maroon Group was rated on 21 CSR indicators within categories including Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement.
Maroon Group recently announced that it has again been granted Silver Level recognition from EcoVadis for it EcoVadis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. Maroon Group reports that this is the third consecutive year in which it has received EcoVadis certification for taking a proactive role in addressing corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
Through the comprehensive EcoVadis CSR assessment, Maroon Group was rated on 21 CSR indicators within categories including Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement. After being evaluated on how well these CSR principals are integrated into its ISO certification and NACD Responsible Distribution practices, as well as its corporate policies and practices, Maroon Group was presented with a Silver Level recognition.
“The EcoVadis review is an important independent third-party assessment of our Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability programs,” said Scott Simmons, director of Safety, Compliance & Sustainability. “We are extremely proud to be again recognized by EcoVadis for our efforts in these areas. We take our responsibilities to our customers, communities, and employees seriously. The continued recognition from EcoVadis demonstrates our ongoing commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability. We look forward to continuing to grow our Corporate Social Responsibility program in 2020 and beyond.”
EcoVadis’ mission is to make sustainability performance measurable, to make transparency a scalable and efficient process for both suppliers and customers, and to facilitate continuous improvement and innovation. The methodology for rating companies is built on the Global Reporting Initiative; the United Nations Global Compact; and the ISO 26000, which covers 198 spend categories and 155 countries. For more information, visit www.maroongroupllc.com and www.ecovadis.com.