- THE MAGAZINE
The company will invest $19 million over the next five years to achieve these commitments, but anticipates operational savings of $31 million over the same period, which demonstrates, company officials say, that sustainability is the right approach for both the environment and the bottom line.
JohnsonDiversey Chairman S. Curtis Johnson said the company’s involvement in Climate Savers is consistent with its long heritage of protecting the planet for future generations.
“This commitment is one of our core values, as it has been since my great- great-grandfather founded the first of the Johnson companies 122 years ago,” Johnson said. “Our objectives have always extended beyond financial growth to include promoting the health and well being of our planet and the people who share it. “