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Origins Awarded Green Power Leadership Club Membership

February 12, 2008

Natural-based beauty and wellness brand Origins has been awarded membership to the Green Power Leadership Club by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Natural-based beauty and wellness brand Origins has been awarded membership to the Green Power Leadership Club by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  This acknowledgment is a result of Origins purchasing 100 percent wind power to offset energy in its U.S. retail stores, manufacturing of Origins products in company-owned facilities, and third parties manufacturing Organics products.

These green power purchases help reduce the environmental impacts of electricity use and support the development of new renewable generation capacity nationwide.  By meeting the Leadership Club purchase requirements of alternative energy, Origins has joined a choice group of Green Power Partners who are demonstrating environmental leadership.  

“We are proud to join this elite group of eco-conscious companies that share the same environmental ideals as Origins,“ said Daria Myers, global president of Origins.  “Origins continually seeks ways to implement our founding principle: preservation of earth, animal and environment.  Our wind power purchase is just one of the many ways we are helping to improve the environment and to preserve it for generations to come.”
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