Dallas Environmental Quality & Sustainability issued its Green Building Certification to LBJ Infrastructure Group for demonstrating leadership in environmentally sustainable business practices.
The company received Gold status for diverting 80% of its waste from the landfill through recycling and reducing its environmental footprint by educating its staff to conserve water and energy in their daily operations.
LBJ Infrastructure reconstructs expanded frontage lanes and main lanes, as well as the addition of bypass lanes. Its toll lanes are added within existing roadway to handle more traffic volume. The company manages lanes in Dallas and offers roadside assistance services.
The City of Dallas Green Building Certification program recognizes local businesses which demonstrate a commitment to environmental practices through leadership and policy, recycling, education, energy efficiency, water conservation, and transportation. To learn more about the program and to apply for certification, visit the Sanitation page at www.dallascityhall.com or email DallasRecycles@dallascityhall.com.
Dallas zero waste manager Danielle McClelland (left) presents Gold level Green Business Certification to LBJ Infrastructure chief operating officer Roberto Carrasco (center) and environmental health & safety manager Dwayne Smith (right).