Published : Tuesday, January 14, 2020 | 6:42 AM
Newsweek has recognized Tetra Tech, a Pasadena-based tech and engineering services firm as one of America’s Most Responsible Companies for 2020.
The company was among 300 firms selected for the list out of more than 2,000 companies evaluated.
“Newsweek partnered with global data research firm Statista Inc. to publish our first ranking of America’s Most Responsible Companies,” Newsweek said in a statement. “As you will see from our description of the methodology, Statista worked from a universe of 2,000 public companies to determine which firms were tops when it came to doing good.”
The data used to evaluate these companies came from CSR reports, sustainability reports, corporate citizenship reports, and an independent survey given to 6,500 United States citizens.
“We also ranked among the top 10 companies in the Professional Services category,” a separate Tetratech statement said. “This accomplishment was achieved through our continued commitment to our environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals. The thorough analysis of each company included evaluation in three corporate social responsibility (CSR) areas – environmental, social, and corporate governance. As we reflect on our performance in each of these areas, we are proud to see Tetra Tech listed among like-minded companies.”
Newsweek partnered with Statista Inc., to evaluate and publish their first ranking of America’s Most Responsible Companies. The data used to evaluate these companies came from CSR reports, sustainability reports, corporate citizenship reports, and an independent survey given to 6,500 United States citizens.
Tetra Tech said its addresses clients’ toughest environmental, safety, and sustainability challenges with the intention of seeking clear, sustainable solutions for their projects and the communities affected.
“Thanks to the efforts of our teams around the world, we are meeting our ESG objectives and clients’ needs through our work in various markets, including high-performance buildings, solid waste solutions, and water,” Tetratech said.