Gym for the Brain

Environmental Sustainability

Gym For The Brain cares about you.

We may not know you, but we care about your health, productivity, happiness, family; regardless of if you are a client or not.

One of the ways we show this is to be an environmentally certified sustainable company.

What does this mean? It means we walk the talk.

We’re certified via the Edenark Group ISO 14001 environmental sustainability certification program, which is the world’s premier sustainability standard, used by organizations around the world, that care about all current, and future, stakeholders, including you.

The program helps the organization define how it interacts internally, externally, and with the environment. It incorporates energy/waste/water/materials management and reduction, employee health and performance enhancement, community involvement, procurement and suppliers, compliance and regulations, emergency/security, and stakeholder engagement. Benefits include creating a culture of continual improvement, stakeholder engagement, becoming a financially healthier company, improved employee performance, and, most importantly,…… doing something good for current and future generations.

An example of what we have done under our certification Action Items – we painted the walls of our facility with EMF-absorbing paint to ensure that everyone that comes in is in a more protected area from radiation, than before they walked in. You won’t see it, as it is under the final coat of paint, but it is there. Here is a picture of the prep.

Everything we do is to help those we directly, and indirectly, serve, live better lives.

“When an organization pursues, and attains, the Edenark Group ISO 14001 sustainability certification, they are not just doing it to see their costs go down and revenues and profits go up. They are setting a higher bar for their organization and sending a signal to all those around them,” says David Goodman, CEO of Edenark Group. “They are not just changing out a few light bulbs and calling it a day. They are agreeing to adhere to the world’s Gold standard for sustainability certification and are joining an elite fraternity of over 300,000 organizations, in over 150 countries, that have committed to continually improving in every way, for the benefit of all of us today, and all of us tomorrow.”