CRC Industries Announces CSR Report, Earns EcoVadis Medal 

CRC Industries Releases CSR Report, Earns EcoVadis Medal 

The report highlights achievements such as significant reductions in energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions.

CRC Industries has been awarded an EcoVadis Bronze Medal in recognition of its continuous Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainability efforts. CRC also has announced the publication of a comprehensive CSR report highlighting the company’s work related to ethical business practices, environmental sustainability, human rights, diversity and inclusion and philanthropy.

“As a global company and market leader, CRC has long adhered to a set of strong operating principles that include environmental, social and governance considerations. We’re excited to be able to share our work in these areas through our CSR report,” said Michelle Rudnick, global director of regulatory affairs for CRC Industries. “We’re also proud to be recognized for this work with the Bronze Medal certification from EcoVadis, the world’s largest and most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings.”

The CRC Corporate Social Responsibility report is available on the company’s global website landing page at as well as its regional websites. The report covers numerous initiatives that aim to positively impact the lives of all people touched by CRC’s business while improving our environmental footprint. It highlights several noteworthy achievements including significant reductions in energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions.

“We are providing better visibility to our CSR initiatives and Operating Principles to help our channel partners achieve their ESG goals by working with CRC,” said Len Mazzanti, CEO of CRC Industries. “We see publishing our CSR report and participating in the EcoVadis assessment program as enablers to continuing to enhance our customer and channel partnerships.”

For more details on the award, visit the EcoVadis website.

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