Release Date: November 20, 2020
FNBO Focus on Sustainability Benefits Environment
OMAHA, Neb. Nov. 20, 2020—With more than 100 buildings and 2.5 Million square feet of real estate across its seven-state footprint, First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO)’s Property Management Team plays a major role in reducing the bank’s carbon footprint. The team’s responsibilities range from the construction, renovation, and maintenance of all FNBO buildings to the management of landscape upkeep, utilities consumption, and recycling/waste diversion programs.
“Each responsibility presents multiple opportunities for us to implement sustainable practices that can improve our impact on the environment,” said Tim Malik, senior director, Facility Maintenance & Property Management. “Like many organizations, FNBO’s focus on sustainability has been steadily increasing in recent years, and we strive to be resilient and have a net-positive impact on the environment to protect future generations’ access to natural resources.”
Earlier this year, FNBO commissioned a sustainability study that yielded baseline environmental metrics, including its current waste diversion and greenhouse gas emissions rates. Among the findings:
To read more about FNBO’s targeted sustainability initiatives and how anyone can positively impact our environment, visit our Insights blog.
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