August 24, 2011

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Corporate Sustainability 50 of 2011

Introducing the Corporate Sustainability 50 by Waste Age Magazine, WasteExpo and Waste360. This new index displays the solid waste diversion rate (or the percentage of solid waste NOT sent to landfill) for the top companies in the country.*

We've gone a step further and, available via purchased download, made it possible to identify and connect with the top sustainability leaders in these companies. Additionally, we've included company-specific revenue numbers and an industry-by-industry analysis of top diversion rates.

Download a free sample of the premium version to see all included data.

*NOTE: The companies in this index are both the highest revenue generating companies that also made publicly available their 2010 solid waste diversion rate for the overall corporation. In other words, there may be companies with higher revenues than some listed here, but if they didn't make their total solid waste diversion rate publicly available, then they weren't able to be included.

Are you a company interested in finding out how to be considered for inclusion in future updates? Email [email protected].

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Buy the Premium version for access to significantly more information allowing you to identify and connect with top Sustainability leaders:

  • Name of Company Sustainability Leader/Contact

  • Position Title

  • URL to LinkedIn Profile

  • Company rankings by industry

*NOTE: Data not available for some companies.

Excel 2003 All files are delivered in Excel 2003 format

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The 2011 Corporate Sustainability 50

Company

WalMart Stores

64.0%

$421,849

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Exxon Mobil

43.0%

$354,674

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ConocoPhillips

9.0%

$184,966

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General Motors

90.0%

$135,592

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Ford Motor

22.0%

$128,594

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Hewlett Packard

87.0%

$126,033

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CitiGroup

31.0%

$111,055

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International Business Machines

76.0%

$99,870

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Kroger

30.0%

$82,189

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Proctor & Gamble

64.4%

$79,689

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Pfizer

19.0%

$67,809

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Target

58.0%

$67,390

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MedCo Health Solutions

59.0%

$65,968

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Apple

68.0%

65,225

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Boeing

68.0%

64,306

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Dell

96.1%

$61,494

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Wellpoint

56.0%

$58,801

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Pepsico

83.0%

$57,838

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Dow Chemical

78.0%

$53,674

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BestBuy

70.5%

$49,694

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Kraft Foods

90.0%

$49,542

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Intel

80.0%

$43,623

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Caterpillar

94.0%

$42,588

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Cisco Systems

72.0%

$40,040

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Morgan Stanley

49.7%

$39,320

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Premium Download Free Download

Buy the Premium version for access to significantly more information allowing you to identify and connect with top sustainability leaders:

  • Name of Company Sustainability Leader/Contact

  • Position Title

  • URL to LinkedIn Profile

  • Company rankings by industry

*NOTE: Data not available for some companies.

Excel 2003 All files are delivered in Excel 2003 format

Corporate Sustainability 50: 26-50

Introducing the Corporate Sustainability 50 by Waste Age Magazine, WasteExpo and Waste360. This new index displays the solid waste diversion rate (or the % of solid waste NOT sent to landfill) for the top companies in the country*.

 

We've gone a step further and, available via purchased download, made it possible to identify and connect with the top Sustainability Leaders in these companies. Additionally, we've included company-specific revenue numbers and an industry-by-industry analysis of top diversion rates.

Download a free sample of the Premium version to see all included data.

*NOTE: The companies in this index are both the highest revenue generating companies that also made publicly available their 2010 solid waste diversion rate for the overall corporation. In other words, there may be companies with higher revenues than some listed here, but if they didn't make their total solid waste diversion rate publicly available, then they weren't able to be included.

Are you a company interested in finding out how to be considered for inclusion in future updates? Email [email protected]

Premium Download Free Download

Buy the Premium version for access to significantly more information allowing you to identify and connect with top Sustainability leaders:

  • Name of Company Sustainability Leader/Contact

  • Position Title

  • URL to LinkedIn Profile

  • Company rankings by industry

*NOTE: Data not available for some companies.

Excel 2003 All files are delivered in Excel 2003 format

Jump to: 1-25 | 26-50

The 2011 Corporate Sustainability 50

Company

Walt Disney

44.0%

$38,063

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Coca-Cola

36.0%

$35,119

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Northrop Grumman

69.0%

$34,757

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Hess

51.0%

$34,613

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Sprint Nextel

10.0%

$32,563

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General Dynamics

72.3%

$32,466

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Publix Super Markets

46.0%

$25,328

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Raytheon

84.0%

$25,183

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Macy's

65.0%

$25,003

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Staples

50.0%

$24,545

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Eli Lilly

56.0%

$23,076

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Alcoa

73.2%

$21,013

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Kimberly-Clark

80.0%

$19,746

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Goodyear

100.00%

$18,832

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Kohl's

76.2%

$18,391

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Whirlpool

90.0%

$18,366

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United ServicesAutomobiles Assoc.

67.0%

$17,946

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J.C. Penney

75.0%

$17,759

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Altria Group

71.0%

$16,892

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Medtronic

49.0%

$15,817

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Amgen

58.5%

$15,053

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General Mills

80.0%

$14,796

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TRW Automotive Holdings

96.0%

$14,383

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Texas Instruments

95.0%

$13,966

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Sara Lee

94.0%

$12,919

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Jump to: 1-25 | 26-50

Premium Download Free Download

Buy the Premium version for access to significantly more information allowing you to identify and connect with top Sustainability leaders:

  • Name of Company Sustainability Leader/Contact

  • Position Title

  • URL to LinkedIn Profile

  • Company rankings by industry

*NOTE: Data not available for some companies.

Excel 2003 All files are delivered in Excel 2003 format

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