In a recent statement, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment recognized OneNeck IT Solutions, and its data center in Denver, Colorado, as an environmental leader in the state. On October 1, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Environmental Leadership Program recognized more than 170 businesses—including OneNeck—for their the voluntary and significant environmental achievements.
“Having our data center named an environmental leader is an important first step for our company,” said Michael Brunson, manager of Data Center Facilities for OneNeck in Denver, Colorado. “It’s an achievement we are very proud of, yet, we know there’s more we can do.”
How did OneNeck achieve status as an environmental leader?
The process began with determining areas of environmental achievement/improvement and completing the ELP application. OneNeck identified the following:
“This is an outstanding achievement, and one that our team is very proud of,” said Hank Koch, SVP of Data Centers and Managed Services at OneNeck. “Ensuring that our environment is healthy and protected matters greatly to us all! We only have one Earth and it must sustain healthy life and growth. Making small changes really matters and we must all do our part.”
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