We’re committed to being good global citizens. We know we can’t do it all, but we can do our part to help preserve and protect the world we live in.
At Nu Skin, we commit to building a global network of zero-waste facilities. What does that mean? It means that starting with our global headquarters in Provo, we’re working to divert 90 percent or more of our non-hazardous waste from landfills. How are we achieving this? By reducing, reusing, recycling, and tracking our progress. We also understand that the best method for reducing our waste is to avoid using it in the first place.
Last year alone we recycled a total of 71 tons of material – that helped avoid filling over 2,130 cubic yards of landfill space with more trash and we’re just getting started.
*Reported numbers from 2020. Numbers skewed due to 2020 Events.
We recognize that climate change is a global issue that is bigger than any one individual or company. However, we believe that we can make a difference by reducing our carbon footprint and are looking for ways to proactively engage and do our part.
Our facilities were built with sustainability in mind. Nu Skin’s two main locations—the global headquarters in Provo, Utah and the Greater China Innovation Park—are LEED Gold Certified. Six regional stores are LEED certified as well.
What does that mean? Here’s some examples.
We are continually striving to ensure that our buildings are sustainable and invite you to learn more about our LEED Certifications here.
Nu Skin partners with major domestic carriers that participate in EPA’s SmartWay program. The SmartWay program helps reduce freight transportation-related emissions through advanced technologies and improved logistics operations to help reduce their environmental footprint.
*(California’s CARB (California Air Resources Board), which mandates that heavy trucks and buses use 2010 or newer engines by 2023.)