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Being a responsible bank means working to make our operations more sustainable. We’ll continue to reduce our consumption of energy, water, and paper, while also minimizing our waste.
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WELL Health-Safety Rating

The WELL Health-Safety rating demonstrates our commitment to the wellbeing of people in our buildings, and we’re proud to maintain our status at several corporate locations.

The WELL Health-Safety Rating has 20+ features, of which are in the following categories:

  • Cleaning and Sanitization Procedures
  • Emergency Preparedness Programs
  • Health Service Resources
  • Air and Water Quality Management
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Communication

We currently have certified five of our corporate locations.

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LEED Building Certification

A variety of our corporate and branch locations have LEED Building certifications, and we aim to achieve them when constructing new spaces.

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The goal of a LEED certification is to create buildings that:

  • Reduce contribution to global climate change
  • Enhance individual human health
  • Protect and restore water resources
  • Protect and enhance biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Promote sustainable and regenerative material cycles
  • Enhance community quality of life

Reducing electronic waste

Our technology is often re-used and re-deployed throughout our portfolio to reduce the environmental impact of the mining industry and improper recycling, increase access to quality reusable and refurbished equipment, and reduce energy use. When we recycle equipment, we work with organizations to do so responsibly.

Responsible Recycling ("R2") Standard for Electronics Recyclers

The e-Stewards® Standard for Responsible Recycling and Reuse of Electronic Equipment©

Both programs offer the following key attributes:

  • Promote best management practices
  • Provide a consistent methodology to assess the environmental, worker health, and security practices of entities managing used electronics
  • Reliable base of strong environmental standards that maximize reuse and recycling, minimize exposure to human health or the environment, ensure safe management of materials by downstream handlers, and require destruction of all data on used electronics
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