INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The Indianapolis-based law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is among six companies to qualify as inaugural participants in the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Green Business Initiative.
The mission of the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce's Green Business Initiative is to promote the interest of businesses that are committed and engaged in environmentally responsible operations and practices, also known as "green" business practices.
"Bose McKinney & Evans is pleased to support the Chamber in its Green Business Initiative, which recognizes that environmental responsibility is compatible with good business," Ken Crook, managing partner of Bose McKinney & Evans, said.
Members of the Green Business Initiative pledge to continually work toward environmentally safe and sustainable business practices and operations to ensure that the greater Indianapolis region is environmentally healthy and viable. Members also pledge to meet all existing federal, state and local environment regulations.
Bose McKinney & Evans conducts green practices in waste prevention and reduction, recycling, purchasing, energy conservation, water conservation/water quality, and transportation.
Bose McKinney & Evans provides a full-range of legal services to privately owned businesses, publicly traded companies, high-tech organizations and governmental entities. The firm's offices are located in downtown Indianapolis, in Meridian Corporate Plaza Two on the north side of Indianapolis, in West Lafayette, Ind., in Northwest Indiana, in Raleigh, N.C. and in Washington, D.C. Bose McKinney & Evans is a member of ALFA International, a worldwide network of law firms. The firm's Web address is www.boselaw.com.