Servicon Launches Sustainability Council

Greg Mahdesian, Servicon

Servicon has announced the formation of the company’s internal sustainability council. According to a press release, the council is a major component of Servicon’s ongoing environmental social governance (ESG) initiatives. The council seeks to significantly expand the company’s sustainability efforts and assist clients in seeking ways to reduce their carbon footprints.

The council will be chaired by Servicon Communications Manager Greg Mahdesian.

“As a company, we are already very environmentally friendly, but there’s more we can do,” Mahdesian said. “The council provides a planned and pragmatic pathway to achieve tangible results within our company and clients’ companies. The initiative is a huge lift, but it’s not going to all come together today, tomorrow, or even in the next 12 months. However, we know we can make a difference; and the council is our pathway there. Sustainability is keeping with Servicon’s purpose to elevate the industry and provide healthy environments for people to thrive. It’s also the right thing to do.”

Servicon is a Culver City, CA-based provider of sustainable custodial services for aerospace, military, commercial, public, and institutional facilities. For more information, visit

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