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Finding a better way - every day.

We employ sustainable practices throughout the lifecycle of our products. We use materials and resources efficiently. We use alternative and renewable energy sources when possible. And we design and operate our facilities and manufacturing processes in accordance with widely recognized sustainability and safety standards.

  • Because “how” matters.
  • Every drop counts.


Water is a limited global resource that is essential to life. It is also a necessary part of Shaw’s manufacturing processes. Many of our facilities, in particular those in North Georgia and Southern California, operate where local water scarcity is a particularly important issue. As a result, Shaw is acutely focused on using water responsibly by minimizing the use of water overall and reusing water whenever possible. We focus on identifying new technology and creative solutions to reduce water use within our operations. Shaw has set a goal to reduce our water impact, by 50 percent by 2030.
  • Powered by progress.

Energy and Emissions

Expending less energy and producing fewer emissions means investing more—in efficient technology, equipment, and processes. Our goals are big, but so are our achievements. To achieve a 40 percent reduction in both energy intensity and greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, we’ve found new ways of increasing sustainability across our facilities, from installing more efficient lighting, to revamping our entire transportation and distribution network.
  • Less is more.


As a manufacturer, we love making things. Waste is not one of them. As we focus on our 2030 goal of completely eliminating landfill and hazardous waste, we have successfully shifted several traditional sources of waste into resources. In some cases, materials can be repurposed within our own manufacturing processes while others can be used within other industries. Our sophisticated Material Resource Management (MRM) system helps us consistently categorize, measure and channel waste toward the best possible use and provides detailed insight that helps identify opportunities for improvement—allowing us to reduce our waste by millions of pounds.
  • Connected by trust.

Manufacturing and Purchasing

Shaw manufactures many of its own products and ingredient materials, employing efficient use of materials and natural resources, using alternative and renewable energy sources when possible, and designing and operating our facilities and manufacturing processes in accordance with widely recognized sustainability and safety standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001.

We also rely upon strategic supplier partnerships to ensure we can offer our customers an expansive portfolio of products. We work with trusted partners to fulfill a variety of business operations from temporary staffing to machine parts. These 4,300-plus suppliers are critical to our operations and serve as an extension of our sustainability strategy so we expect these suppliers to maintain the same high standards that we set for ourselves. Shaw verifies that our products, regardless of where or by whom they are manufactured, meet stringent guidelines and our customers’ expectations.

  • Building smart, building sustainable.

Green Buildings

Shaw recognizes the potential impacts of our buildings as key contributors to emissions, energy usage, waste and land use as well as to human health through the indoor environment. Our approach to our facilities reflects the company’s overall commitment to sustainability. Throughout our wide range of building types, from manufacturing facilities to administrative and sales offices to showrooms and recycling centers, we take engage economically responsible, environmentally smart approaches to reducing the energy, water, carbon and waste impacts of our buildings.