Luck Companies – Corporate Campus is a Founding Businesses for the Bay Member, committed to preserving environmental quality for future generations and respecting and protecting the environment of the communities in which they work and live. Click here to read the Luck Companies 2017 Impact Report and learn about their company’s sustainability initiatives.
The Corporate Campus team accomplishes these commitments by combining scientific knowledge, technical innovations, and sound business practices to assure the continual improvement in pollution prevention, conservation of natural resources, and regulatory compliance.
Luck Companies’ Facilities Team supported the elimination of disposable water bottles at the Corporate Campus by installing pre-filtered water and ice dispensers that encourage the use of reusable water bottles. The team estimates that these water dispensers saved the office from needing to buy 15,000 disposable water bottles in 2017! In addition, Luck Companies’ Corporate Campus has been designed to capture all stormwater runoff (approximately 4.5 million gallons in 2017!) from impervious surfaces. The runoff is channeled into a 2.7 acre attractive pond, where it is used to irrigate the entire campus. The Corporate Campus also removed impervious surfaces and maintains 5350 square feet of pervious pavers. Luck Companies’ Facilities Team saves energy at the Corporate Campus by utilizing automatic temperature controls on thermostats and timers or motion sensors on all lights, including those in parking lots. In an effort to conserve electricity, the Campus began to convert all lights to LED in 2016, reducing electric-use by 11438 KWHr.
Associates at Luck Companies also volunteer their time outside of work to help protect the environment. Each year, they conduct at least 2 road trash clean-up events for Virginia’s Adopt-a-Highway program and participate in the annual James River Cleanup.
In 2016, Luck Companies hosted the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s Virginia Chesapeake Business Forum at the spectacular Corporate Campus, where participants were given the opportunity to learn all about the Campus’ green initiatives during an interactive tour.
Luck Ecosystems sponsored the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s 2018 Taste of the Chesapeake!
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