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Environmental Support Solutions Inc

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1620 West Fountainhead Parkway, Suite 100
Tempe, AZ 85282
About Environmental Support Solutions Inc
  • ESS is the leading provider of Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) and Crisis Management sustainability software that supports Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC).

    For nearly two decades, ESS has provided software that enables organizations to address urgent business concerns such as greenhouse gas management, Corporate Social Responsibility reporting, worker health and safety, compliance reporting and emergency response challenges more efficiently, at lower cost, while improving the quality and accuracy of internal and external reporting. ESS solutions have a proven track record of helping organizations worldwide to reach their corporate governance goals for sustainability and operational excellence.

    Thousands of organizations have purchased ESS software, in every major industry sector including over half of the Fortune 500 and 75 percent of the Fortune 100. ESS has a global client base including Asia, Europe, Middle East, and South America.
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