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How human healthcare met workplace change in Eisai’s HQ move

When Eisai began planning their new U.S. headquarters in northern New Jersey, the pharmaceutical company investigated all the ways they could maximize the environmental and social benefit of the move. That work led them to Green Standards, and together we turned what would have been more than 400 tons of corporate waste into $42,600 in charitable donations. This included 98% of corporate waste being diverted from landfills and 905 metric tons of C02 emissions reduced.  

An initiative that supported a broader mission

Working together, Eisai and Green Standards provided donations to 10 non-profit and charitable organizations in the tri-state area, including schools and libraries. This social impact directly supported the company’s Human Health Care Mission, which aims to help people lead their fullest lives extends beyond therapeutic advancements and is tied to Eisai’s efforts to support sustainability, both in our communities and across the globe.

Wanaque Public Library

“Anything we are able to get donated means that we can spend more of our budget on resources, materials, and services that will directly benefit the community we serve. We really appreciate your generosity!”

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Mary Martin

Director

Wanaque Public Library

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Making a sustainable impact in the community and around the world ↗

Making a sustainable impact in the community and around the world ↗

Eisai Pharmaceuticals

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About Green Standards

Capturing Value In Workplace Change

Green Standards has spent the last decade developing rigorous practices and global networks that deliver optimal value from workplace decommissioning. Our enterprise program measures and maximizes ESG performance while virtually eliminating landfill waste. A partner to the world’s largest organizations, Green Standards enables the efficient and ethical redistribution of furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) during times of workplace change.

Media Contact: Marc Borins, 1-855-632-8036

mborins@greenstandardsltd.com

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