Installed Building Products Publishes 2023 Environmental, Social and Governance Report
“IBP was built on the idea of ‘doing the right thing.’ Doing the right thing means understanding that the way we treat our employees, customers, and our environment are inextricably linked, and every goal we set is meant to have far-reaching impacts. I am proud of the progress we made in 2022 and our unwavering commitment to doing the right thing as we focus on climate change, reducing our carbon footprint, and taking care of our employees and our communities,” stated
IBP has made continued progress toward many of the goals and objectives outlined in its inaugural ESG report that was issued in 2021. This is a testament to the commitment of the Company’s team members who embody IBP’s corporate values, mission, and vision. Highlights of IBP’s 2023 report include the following updates:
- Limiting the Risk Caused by Climate Change: IBP is taking a proactive approach to understand and address the risks climate change has on its business. The Company’s leadership team and Board have built a climate strategy, which includes climate and enterprise risk management actions to understand, assess, and mitigate the risks climate change has on its business.
- Reducing Carbon Emissions: With the majority of IBP’s revenue coming from installation of insulation, improving energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions is a natural benefit of the services IBP provides its customers. During 2022, IBP made progress towards environmental targets, which includes a 30+% year-over-year reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the installation of spray foam, the diversion of 2.8 million pounds of scrap fiberglass insulation and 49,500 tons of wastepaper and cardboard from landfills, and continued efforts to transition IBP’s electricity needs to carbon-free sources.
- Supporting our Employees: IBP is focused on providing employees with a safe, rewarding, and respectful workplace where everyone feels that they belong. This commitment starts with a laser focus on safety through the Company’s Lead With Safety program, which has contributed to a safer work environment. IBP also supports its employees and their families through scholarships to pursue educational endeavors, financial grants to overcome financial stress, financial wellness programs to encourage financial responsibility, and health and wellness programs to promote physical and mental wellbeing.
Giving Back to our Communities: IBP is committed to giving back to the people and communities that are the backbone of the Company. Through the
Installed Building Products Foundationand corporate giving programs, IBP contributes 1% of EBITDA each year to support local communities throughout the country with initiatives primarily focused on education and housing-related needs. In 2022, IBP provided over $3 millionto nonprofit organizations across the country, bringing the Company’s total philanthropic impact since 2019 to nearly $8 million.
“IBP’s Board of Directors and management team recognize the importance of ESG issues and their impact on our stockholders, customers, employees, and communities. As we continue our ESG journey, I believe we are making real progress in our efforts to become a leading corporate citizen. Our work is just beginning, and we remain steadfast in our goals to expand our social responsibility practices so that we can be a force for positive change,” concluded
IBP’s Commitment to its Communities
Since IBP was founded, the Company has never lost sight of what it means to do the right thing, and how meaningful it is to work and engage in its communities. IBP has committed to give back approximately 1% of its annual EBITDA each year to support local communities by partnering with and supporting nonprofit organizations and initiatives focusing on education, housing, and strengthening communities. To learn more about IBP’s sustainability initiatives and to read or download the 2023 sustainability report, please visit https://installedbuildingproducts.com/sustainability/.
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