At Honeywell, we’re blending physical products with software solutions to link people and business to the info they need to be more efficient, more productive and more productive every day.
With nearly 50% of our revenue linked to energy efficiency, we’re helping the world face its energy challenges. In fact, if Honeywell’s existing techs were widely adopted today, energy demand in US could be reduced to 20-25%.
Evan Van Hook, Corporate Vice President for Health, Safety, Environment, Product Stewardship and Sustainability, Honeywell
“Honeywel’s commitment to be more efficient and responsible is reflected in the extent of work we do to make our businesses to be environmentally friendlier, safer and more sustainable.
We integrate health, safety and environmental considerations in everything we do. Using an operating system, or HOS, to drive environmental and safety results.”
Honeywell has achieved substantial, sustainable progress cleaning up its legacy environmental sights.
“Over the years we have committed significant resources to sustainable and innovative cleanups at our legacy sight. We deploy our impeccable engineering approach to ensure that our remedies are protective of human health and the environment, and then we go beyond protective practice, working with communities to imagine and then implement important new uses for our legacy sights, for new jobs, new parks, museums, redevelopment and other community benefits.”
Onondoga lake is the largest of Honeywell’s environmental responsibilities, and the restauration has already made made tremedous progress. Water quality is at its best in 100 years. Dredging and capping is scheduled to be finished in 2016. Already more than 100 species of fish, birds and other wildlife have returned to restore habitat, and the comm has celebrated the ongoing return of the lake with a celebratory swim.
Another environmental legacy can be found at Dundalk Marine Terminal. Honeywell engaged the community through small meetings with local leaders.