Recently, BSP partnered with SeedLA, a nonprofit that provides pro-bono consulting to environmental and public health organizations. SeedLA undertook a research project for BSP’s Green Janitor Education Program (GJEP) to quantify the environmental, social, and economic impact of the GJEP to date and to strategize ways to expand the program to new buildings. Overall, SeedLA asserted the GJEP as “the easiest and least expensive green program for buildings to implement” (13). Using the report, BSP plans to continue expanding the GJEP statewide and elevate collaborative sustainability efforts to improve businesses and communities. To view the full report, visit our GJEP page.
See below for a highlight page of the report or click here to download the PDF.