The award submission period is from November 7, 2009 to January 30, 2010 and eligible companies are encouraged to submit their sustainability challenge, share their company intention and track record, and detail why their business deserves the award. More information can be found at http://www.alterecho.com/boost.
AlterEcho, a new division of TechLaw, Inc., was formed to help private sector companies become environmentally responsible and economically sound. AlterEcho brings 25 years of experience helping governmental agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) clean up cities, restore waterways, forge recycling systems, and minimize waste. The team behind AlterEcho has a rich environmental resume helping to secure a safe environment at the 2009 G-20 Summit, to responding to the threatening environmental aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, to helping turn a former industrial brownfield into sustainable housing for Habitat for Humanity.
Our goal is to help companies discover that they can excel financially, while doing meaningful things to improve our environment, said Patricia Derocher, president of AlterEcho and its parent company, TechLaw, Inc. We have scientists, engineers and business experts who have devoted their careers to economically responsible environmental stewardship. AlterEcho is new; our commitment to the environment and business performance is not.
Founded in 1983, TechLaw, Inc. has worked extensively with the government, helping them to confront unique environmental challenges. AlterEcho is a division of TechLaw, Inc., with over 100 professionals in offices nationwide. Today, TechLaw, Inc. is one of three subsidiaries of TechLaw Holdings, Inc. More information can be found at www.techlawinc.com.