Sustainability is a core value at Pratt & Whitney. We look for it in ourselves and our suppliers, customers, and current and prospective employees look for it in us.
At Pratt & Whitney, sustainability means integrating environmental and social issues into the business model as part of our commitment to customers, employees and the communities where we live and work. Simply put, we do well by doing good.
Since the early '90s, UTC and its businesses including Pratt & Whitney, have focused disciplined efforts on continuous EH&S performance improvement.
George David, former UTC chairman and CEO, had the vision to recognize that corporate responsibility and corporate citizenship must be part of the business plan. It was this vision that shaped the way we do business today. This vision is confirmed by the current UTC CEO, Greg Hayes and the Pratt & Whitney President, Robert Leduc.
Pratt & Whitney Launches 2025 Sustainability Plan, Paris Air Show 2013
How Manufacturers Can Maximize Environmental Sustainability By: Jessica Lyons Hardcastle in Environmental Leader
Manufacturers tell their sustainability stories, CBIA blog
Business Minute: Sustainable Manufacturing, L. Hunter Lovins, president of Natural Capitalism Solutions, discusses why sustainability matters to manufacturing.