Recently, Shaw Industries Group, Inc. (Shaw) has released its 2018 sustainability report, which emphasizes the company’s efforts to sustain[HUMAN]ability – to put people at the heart of its sustainability efforts, addressing planetary health and human experience at the same time.
“The definition of sustainability is broadening to include potential impacts on our human experiences, not only the importance of ingredients that go into products, but also the effects of sound, moisture and other design elements,” stated Susan Farris, Vice President Sustainability and Corporate Communications at Shaw Industries.
The report exemplifies how Shaw is responding to the evolving sustainability landscape through its ongoing initiatives and key accomplishments:
Read or download Shaw’s 2018 Sustainability Report at shawinc.com.
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