Oakley: Making Carol Stream sustainable
Sustainability is a guiding principle that embraces the belief that everything needed for the well-being of humankind depends directly or indirectly on our natural environment.
That includes the air we breathe, the water we drink and the land and waterways we use. Organizations that adopt sustainable practices as part of their business operations reevaluate their processes to determine their ecological impact on these natural systems and make changes that improve those systems.
In the early 2000s, the Village Board tasked the village manager and his executive team to evaluate the ecological impacts that village operations had on the local environment. As part of this process, several operational practices were identified for reengineering to improve their environmental impact. Sustainable improvements made as a result of that collective effort include the following:
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