WASHINGTON, March 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Global
Environmental Management Initiative (GEMI) announced today that it has
redesigned its web site. GEMI is a non-profit organization of 37 leading
companies dedicated to fostering environmental, health and safety
excellence and corporate citizenship worldwide through the sharing of tools
and information in order for business to help business.
"GEMI is pleased to announce today the availability of its updated more
user-friendly navigation, features and functions web site," said Robert
Accarino, Director, Environmental Affairs, Abbott and Chair of GEMI. "The
site has been designed to enhance the experience of our global web site
visitors as they view information about GEMI and the numerous environmental
and sustainability web tools and documents that the organization has
developed," he continued.
GEMI's Communications and Marketing Committee Chair Angie Grooms,
Director, Corporate EHS Integration and Governance, Duke Energy added, "A
search wizard has been added to the site in addition to the updated look
and feel of the GEMI web site and the 'Members Only' site." "Another new
feature of the site is a new security strategy and login-in platform for
its 'Members Only' portion of the site, which allows for multiple login
IDs," concluded Grooms.
GEMI web site redesign project lead Audrey Bamberger, Engineer,
Strategic Environmental Initiatives, Anheuser-Busch Inc. said, "GEMI's web
site has always been full of useful and informative information that can
help companies around the world do a better job of addressing
environmental, health and safety and sustainability challenges." Bamberger
continued, "What we have done is ensure that the information in the web
site can be accessed in a user friendly way that enhances the experience of
each visitor to the web site."
More information about GEMI can be obtained from its newly designed web
site at www.gemi.org.
GEMI members include: 3M; Abbott; Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.;
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company; BNSF Railway Company; Cadbury Schweppes PLC;
Cargill, Inc.; Carnival Corporation & PLC; The Coca-Cola Company; ConAgra
Foods; The Dow Chemical Company; Duke Energy; DuPont; Eastman Kodak
Company; Ecolab, Inc.; Eli Lilly and Company; FedEx; Johnson & Johnson;
Johnson Controls, Inc.; JohnsonDiversey, Inc.; Koch Industries, Inc.; Kraft
Foods Inc.; Merck & Company, Inc.; Motorola, Inc.; Novartis Corporation;
Occidental Petroleum Corporation; Owens Corning; Perdue Incorporated;
Pfizer Inc; The Procter & Gamble Company; Roche; Schering-Plough
Corporation; The Scotts Company; Smithfield Foods, Inc.; Southern Company;
Vulcan Materials Company; and, Wyeth.
For More Information Contact: Amy Goldman, GEMI: 202-296-7449
SOURCE Global Environmental Management Initiative