At GPI, we pride ourselves on operating in an environmentally responsible and progressive manner. Since our inception, GPI has employed an array of sustainable business practices as well as developed an expertise in providing our translation services to companies in the environmental products and services fields.
Business sustainability is often defined as managing the triple bottom line - a process by which companies manage their financial, social and environmental risks, obligations and opportunities. These three impacts are sometimes referred to as profits, people and planet.
GPI utilizes near 100% paperless workflows for Electronic Document Management and Storage, Digital Content Management, and in performing services for our clients. GPI's Office/SOHO Policies include an "environmentally preferable paper policy" combined with a paper saving and recycling program.
We are also active participants and adopters of national and international eCommute & Telework initiatives. If 10% of the nation's workforce telecommuted one day a week, we would avoid the frustration of driving 24.4 million miles, we'd breathe air with 12,963 tons less air pollution, and we'd conserve more than 1.2 million gallons of fuel weekly.
For our clients, GPI has recruited, tested and completed projects with translation teams in a range of languages who have expertise in an array of environmental products and services fields.
Whether you need brochures for selling and installation of roof top solar panels in Spanish, an environmental impact study in Arabic and Chinese, a complete website for your NGO to help promote marine mammal conservation or a video documentary subtitled in Japanese, GPI’s teams of translators can provide professional translations in subject matters including: