Sustainable Supply Chain as a Capital Project Differentiator

Ed Struzik

Without a robust and sustainable supply chain management program, your capital project could be exposed to financial, regulatory, reputational, and environmental, health, safety, and sustainability (EHS&S) risks. Reducing risks during the entire capital project lifecycle needs a supply chain designed with the end in mind. Leveraging responsibly sourced and sustainable/recycled materials will create circularity in your capital project and provide a solid footing for your environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) and corporate and social responsibility (CSR) requirements.

Additionally, working in partnership with your development, engineering, procurement, and construction teams; and other parties inside and outside your company to focus on EHS&S, ESG, CSR, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), and broader sustainability issues that are often underestimated and require attention. In this session, we will discuss lessons learned and how a circular supply chain can proactively identify, mitigate, and manage potential risks, accelerate timelines, and increase the reputational value of your companies’ capital project.

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