BrightView Releases 2023 ESG Report

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BrightView is a top commercial landscaping company in the US, and its 2023 ESG Report has been released. The report shows how far the company has come in meeting its goals and promises for environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG).

“Reflecting on fiscal year 2022, I am extremely proud of our team’s progress amid an increasingly challenging and dynamic environment. We’ve taken important steps on our journey to becoming carbon neutral by 2035, building a diverse and engaged workforce, and continuing to operate with integrity,” said Andrew Masterman, BrightView President and Chief Executive Officer. “Supporting our team members, inspiring communities, and nurturing landscapes is at the heart of what we do every day at BrightView. I believe our purposeful ESG strategy positions us for continued success while supporting our clients’ sustainability objectives.”

BrightView commissioned a materiality assessment to identify the most important ESG topics for its stakeholders, including customers, vendors, team members, and investors. The results of the study will be used to guide the company's ESG strategy and get all stakeholders involved proactively.

“As a company dedicated to designing, developing, and maintaining the best landscapes on Earth, prioritising sustainable solutions is core to who we are. We’re invested not only in making a difference in the communities where we work, live, and play but also in promoting a healthy planet,” said Masterman.

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