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Boulder, Colo.-based Sterling-Rice Group, a brand-building and marketing communications firm, has purchased 339,300 kWh of renewable energy credits (RECs) generated by wind farms across America. It has also made a company-wide commitment to offset its emissions produced from business travel.

Sterling-Rice Group's REC and carbon-offset purchase from Boulder, Colo.-based Renewable Choice Energy will offset all of the company's electricity use.

"Our decision to commit to and invest in clean, renewable wind energy and to offset our company's carbon emissions is well-aligned with our core belief in sustainability and in being good stewards of the environment," says Rick Sterling, president and founding partner of Sterling-Rice Group. "Our belief is that if we create work and a community that is creative, healthy and inspiring, our employees, clients and environment will benefit."

SOURCE: Sterling-Rice Group



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