Our Mission: Raising the level of social, environmental, and economic performance through shared responsibility and collaboration among business, non-governmental, academic, and government organizations.
The Stewardship Action Council is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving social and environmental performance. Our members include representatives from the academic, state government, non-governmental, investment and industrial and services sectors.
To learn more about SAC, see our brochure.
The SAC Member Development Work Group is issuing a challenge to all SAC Members. For each new Level 2 or Level 3 member that you bring into SAC, SAC will give you $100 off your annual membership fee for that year, up to a total of $500. You, as an existing SAC member, can be one of our biggest assets. So if you know of a facility that may be interested and you speak with them about SAC, let us know that you spoke with them, and when they join we will credit you $100.
Congratulations to the 2013 Innovation Challenge Recipients
Continuous improvement and innovation are critical to any organization's vitality - and to the vitality of the organization's environmental, health and safety (EHS) management system.
The Campbell Institute and the Stewardship Action Council came together to recognize outstanding examples at the leading edge of EHS. The Campbell Institute/Stewardship Action Council Innovation Challenge honored three organizations for their achievement in the implementation of an innovative program which addressed key EHS topics.This year's recipients include:
Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc., Winner. Zero Waste
West Liberty Foods, Honorable Mention/Most Transferable, Zero Waste
Menasha Corporation, Honorable Mention, OTJ Puiblic/Private Partnership
Read more about the recipients and download their applicaitons.
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SAC is now on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
SAC WEBINAR: Invasives-to-Energy program: Sustainable Bioenergy + Ecological Restoration
February 28, 2014
1:00PM - 2:30PM EST
Utilizing invasive plant biomass for energy production has the potential to solve a suite of seemingly intractable environmental problems, while simultaneously providing a low-input sustainable biomass source for the production of renewable energy. Presentation by Zack Waickman, Biodiesel Lab Manager for the Institute of Environmental Sustainability, Loyola University Chicago and Shane Lishawa, Research Associate, Loyola University Chicago.
Thinking Global: 2014 Pollution Prevention Conference and Trade Show
Call for Presentations
The Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention invite submission of proposed presentations for the Thinking Global 17th Annual Pollution Prevention Conference and Trade Show to be held on September 17, 2014 at The Palms [Banquet & Conference Center] in Plainfield, Indiana. Organizations that typically attend the annual conference include manufacturers, consultants, not-for-profits, and government agencies interested in promoting pollution prevention efforts in Indiana and beyond.
Click here for more information.
Featured Member Testimonial
Michele Boney, Environmental Compliance Officer, West Liberty Foods; Tara Lindsay, Vice President of Human Resources, West Liberty Foods
Featured BMP Development of an EHS Capability Center - Pfizer Inc., Global Logistics and Supply
Have a BMP you would like to share? Send it to us using this template.
The Stewardship Action Council invites all interested members to join now with a one-time first year application fee. By joining, you agree to meet the commitments of the SAC, and submit participating facility information form(s) within one year, and pay the applicable annual membership fee.