Subaru compiles first Corporate Impact Report

Subaru of America, Inc. recently published its pilot Corporate Impact Report that cites the car manufacturer's corporate responsibility efforts and development as well as environmental impacts.

The inaugural report includes how Subaru was able to avoid the use of 3.9 million quart bottles by instead delivering oil in tank trucks and coolant in large drums; how Subaru employees have donated 34,000 volunteer hours during the past 11 years, and how it is the manufacturer's goal to grow recycling rates by 15 percent at three national parks – Yosemite, Grand Teton and Denali.

"At Subaru, it is our responsibility to show love and respect to all who interact with us," Subaru of America President and CEO Thomas J. Doll said in a press release. "This report is our first of many and will give us a place to measure our corporate responsibility progress year over year, as well as provide transparency to our stakeholders who can challenge us to grow."

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