Get Involved

Get Involved

The Eco Coalition strongly believes that each and every company has the duty and privilege to operate their business in an environmentally conscious manner. From the smallest adjustments such as an employee recycling program, to larger projects like incorporating wind power systems, every initiative whether big or small is important and brings us closer to a sustainable future. Because businesses are the backbone of the world, keeping the economy and society evolving, they possess the power of influence, which is an extremely valuable tool. And if businesses are leading by example and setting the standard for sustainability, then the possibilities for society in general are endless.

We believe everyone genuinely has the power to get involved and make a difference, and so the Eco Coalition welcomes all companies from any industry or background. If you are taking steps within your operation to build an environmentally sound future and believe in the sustainability movement, we would like you to be a proud supporter of the Eco Coalition through your various communications outlets. This starts with The Eco Coalition logo, which is designed for use on various mediums. Simply download the logo and include it on your company marketing materials such as brochures, sell-sheets, website, etc. and treat it much like you would the “recycle” symbol or “don’t liter” icon usually placed on the bottom corner. Secondly, the Eco Coalition website ( is a destination site designed to provide relevant and pertinent information on sustainability issues and so we encourage your support in promoting the website whenever possible.

Did you know…

Breathing air in highly populated and polluted metropolitan cities can reduce your life expectancy by 2 to 3 years?

70% of toxic waste in U.S. landfills consists of e-waste, items such as hard drives, monitors, servers, etc?

Data centers around the world consume more energy in one year than the entire country of Sweden?

At least 36 states in the U.S. are expected to face water shortages within the next 5 years?

Over 200 million items of e-waste are thrown away every year in the U.S.?