“We have been committed to recycling and conserving for several years,” says Cynde Fleck, PCU’s Training Manager. “We decided it was time to let our members, and potential members, know how committed we are to protecting the environment.”
PCU employs a number of green practices, including: paperless transactions;
In addition, PCU encourages its members to participate in its green initiatives by sponsoring “Community Shred Days” at its various branches. Members are invited to bring old financial documents to be shredded and are treated to hot dogs, chips, drinks and cookies – creating a fun atmosphere while both protecting valuable personal data and ensuring that the paper it is printed on is disposed of in an environmentally-
In fact, Fleck says that PCU is committed to being as green as possible, and getting “everyone”
To that end, PCU recently began exploring organizations that could endorse its green practices. The institution chose to enroll with the GBB to achieve its green business certification. The GBB is a nationally‐recognized, third‐party program providing certification for businesses that follow environmentally responsible practices.
“The GBB seemed genuinely interested in making sure companies were truly green, rather than just taking our money and then giving us a green seal,” says Fleck.
For more information on the GBB program, visit online at http://www.gbb.org.
For more information on Partner Credit Union, visit online at https://www.partnercu.org/
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Partner Credit Union is a Colorado-based credit union that offers all financial services to its members. It is also the home of the Eagle Legacy Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation formed for the primary purpose of raising money to fund scholarships and support organizations that touch the lives of persons in the communities in which we do business.