Kodak recognized for global sustainable business practices

Over the last year, Kodak has received recognition from at least six leading third parties for its global sustainable business practices.

Kodak is listed once again on both the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) and FTSE4Good Index. The DJSI listing is based on a thorough annual review of corporate economic, environmental and social performance. The FTSE4Good is a system designed to give investors a global standard for comparing environmental and social performance of companies that qualify for listing on the London-based FTSE Index. It is the seventh year in a row that Kodak has been listed on both indices.

Among the other recognitions received by Kodak over the last year are:

Listing in several socially responsible investment indices by financial market research firm KLD Research & Analytics. For inclusion, companies must meet rigid standards in the areas of social, environmental and corporate governance performance.

Inclusion in The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and Reputation Institute’s Top 50 ranking of leading global companies for public perception of corporate social responsibility.

Special Citation from the U.S. Department of State for support and participation in the Business Roundtable’s initiative for environmental stewardship and social responsibility.

In addition, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently gave an “Energy Star” designation to Kodak’s Rochester headquarters office complex. The Energy Star designation for offices is used to recognize superior energy management practices. In its review, the EPA indicated that the Kodak office complex utilizes 33 percent less energy than an average similar facility.