What We Do
PEP promotes a balanced view of business and industry contributions to this area by providing factual information about safety and environmental performance. Through community involvement and this conciliatory approach, we strive to build a resilient Gulf Coast.
Partners for Environmental Progress was founded in 2000 to promote business growth while preserving and enhancing the environment and quality of life along the Gulf Coast.
Our members are concerned businesses – large and small – who value our unique natural resources and our economy. We understand that the future of our area depends on ensuring a balance between business development and job creation, industrial growth and a healthy environment. Become a PEP member.
Members of Partners for Environmental Progress share three core beliefs:
- Clean air and water are paramount to the health and prosperity of the Mobile/Baldwin area
- Information concerning environmental impact must be based on facts and on sound scientific principles
- Business, industry, and the community must work together to continuously improve air and water quality in our area
PEP in the Community
We partner with numerous area organizations to create a sustainable community: socially, economically and environmentally.
Small Stream Litter Collection
Our members are concerned businesses – large and small – who value our unique natural resources and our economy. We understand that the future of our area depends on ensuring a balance between business development and job creation, industrial growth and a healthy environment.
By-Product Synergy Gulf Coast
In 2009, Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP) created a revolutionary program for businesses on the Gulf Coast: By-Product Synergy Central Gulf Coast (BPS). The program matches one company’s under-valued waste or by-product streams with potential users, helping to create new revenues or savings for the organizations while also addressing the social and environmental impacts to the Gulf Coast. Realizing the program’s unique potential, a diverse network of 12 local companies joined the program in its initial phase with astounding results. Phase Two has recently begun with additional participating companies. If you are interested in joining Phase Two, contact Jennifer Denson at email@example.com.