The Firm Promoted Efficiency Through Its 5x5 Energy Savings Plan
(Denver, Colo., October 2, 2019) - Moye White LLP is pleased to announce its participation in Energy Efficiency Day 2019, a nationwide event celebrating and promoting energy efficiency awareness.
In an effort to decrease the firm’s carbon footprint, Moye White challenged each employee to participate in the 5x5 Energy Savings Plan, which suggested small, nondisruptive tasks that can be completed at work. Added up, the small changes make a significant impact on the firm’s energy use and the environment.
To complete the challenge, each participant had to complete at least five of the ten tasks for five days each week, from September 3 to October 2 (Energy Efficiency Day). The tasks include turning off the lights when you leave the room, unplugging electronics when they aren’t being used, bringing lunch in a reusable container, not printing emails, riding a bike to work, and lowering the blinds when it’s sunny.
“As a certified B Corporation, it is our responsibility to be on the front line of new business practices, including adopting practices that positively impact our community. By working together to change small daily habits, we can collectively impact our environment in a positive way,” said Managing Partner Thomas M. List.
Launched in 2016, Energy Efficiency Day has grown to include hundreds of energy and environmental advocates, companies, government agencies, and utilities. According to the organizers, energy efficiency is the cheapest, quickest way to meet the country’s energy needs, cut consumer bills, and reduce overall pollution.
About Moye White LLP
Moye White is a full-service business law firm serving clients throughout the United States and internationally, with offices in Colorado and Georgia. The firm provides legal representation to clients in a wide variety of industries offering strategic, business-oriented counsel to public, private, and governmental clients in complex business and real estate transactions and commercial litigation matters.