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EPAM Systems Is Dedicated to Carbon Neutrality and Circular Values

Environmental Leader – by Ken Silverstein

EPAM Systems is a global software engineering services company headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey. It originated in Belarus in 1993 and is now on the New York Stock Exchange, listed as EPAM. In 2004, it acquired Fathom Technology, a Budapest-based software development services company, before it expanded globally. In May 2021, Forbes listed EPAM number 1,804 on its top 2000 list.

EPAM’s mission is to conserve and protect the environment by creating innovative solutions to offset the current footprint. Its goal is carbon neutrality. To that end, it is partnering with Carbon Footprint UK to reduce the effect of its carbon emissions by 50% by 2025.

“Since 1993, we’ve relied on our engineering DNA to underpin our work with clients, leading to major innovations, digital transformations, and business results. In that time, we’ve expanded geographically and extended our core engineering capabilities to include business consulting, design, and physical product development. We’ve been at the forefront of some of the most exciting technology-led transformations in the industry, and our story continues into today’s modern age of agile delivery, big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence,” the company says.

Beyond mitigating its CO2 releases, the company commits to the circular economy — to reuse and recall its end-of-life electronics and computers. It uses recycled materials at its offices, all complemented by energy-efficient technologies at its office buildings. For example, its complex in Hyderabad, India, has been recognized with a Gold LEED because of its use of sensor-based LED lighting and air conditioning, its emphasis on natural light, and the elimination of paper.

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