Did you know that the new Parkland hospital will reduce water consumption by approximately 50% for irrigation? Parkland takes pride in making sure the hospital’s operations are environmentally responsible. Parkland's Department of Organizational Sustainability and Energy Conservation creates and manages programs driven by environmental consciousness, community engagement and cost reduction.
Parkland’s sustainability efforts make it a leader among healthcare recycling programs in Dallas. In 2015, Parkland paired with the City of Dallas and UT Southwestern to publish a recycling framework that is now available for other medical institutions to adopt. Learn more at www.dallascityhall.com.
Parkland reduces the energy needed to operate every day.
It’s important to reuse some items instead of sending them to the landfill.
With the help of many companies, items like cardboard, writing utensils, paper, toner cartridges, televisions and chairs are recycled and their components are broken down for other uses.
Parkland’s commitment to sustainability and conservation has only grown over time. The graph below depicts the increase in sustainability programs over the last five years.
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