The 2017 Sustainability Survey By the Numbers

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The 2017 Sustainability Survey By the Numbers 100% of employees in the Executive's Office, Economic Development, Communications and the Family Justice Center consider Sustainability in their work. 95% of Pierce County employees receive and utilize free parking at work. 94% of employees know that we have dramatically cleaned up our Wood Smoke problem. 94% of employees know that most stormwater is untreated before it enters local streams, lakes or Puget Sound. 92% of Pierce County employees consider sustainability in their job. 92% know LED light bulbs are the best for long lasting energy efficiency 88% would like to have a water bottle filler available at their work location. 83% of employees are concerned about Climate Change and already have or will make changes to their lifestyle. 81% read the Sustainability…
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The 2017 Sustainability Survey is Coming…Are You Ready?

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Employees that consider sustainability in their work save the county money, limit waste and protect human and environmental health. Once a year we gather as departments to show what we know but also to allow employees to provide insight into how we can solve sustainability challenges. The Sustainability 2020 plan calls for important changes over the coming years and making sure employees are up to date in training is critical to meeting the goals of the plan. The Sustainability Survey will take place from October 16 - October 27th. If you have not received sustainability training and would like to before the survey here are some options. Sustainability Training consists of: An overview of the 2016 Annual Report  a review of Electric Vehicles and Green Driver Training Sustainability training is available at…
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