Bruce Taylor’s decision to start his business came from realizing his regular job was getting in the way of volunteer work he felt led to do.
Taylor is president of EnviroStewards, an award-winning consulting firm based in Elmira, ON.
He started the company in September 2000 with two motivations – the ability for him and other staff to be able to take
Business for the benefit of companies here and people around the world time off to volunteer, and “to be able to focus on prevention instead of cures.”
After working for three other consulting firms, his faith led him to want to explore a new approach.
“Consulting engineers make their money by curing problems, we don’t make very much money by preventing them,” he said.
Engineers get large fees for cleaning up toxic waste sites,
“but it’s much less expensive to design the system so you don’t lose the chemicals in the first place.”
That philosophy has garnered Enviro-Stewards, which has 16 staff, numerous awards. Earlier this year,
it was the only Canadian firm to win the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Award for partnerships in support of the United Nations’ SDGs.
Each Enviro-Stewards team member gets 20 hours of paid time to volunteer annually, and as much
Business for the benefit of companies here and people around the world Ontario firm teaches companies how to increase
profits through wasting less unpaid time off for the same purpose as they want.
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