Rose International Implements
Office Recycling Programs
Across the U.S.

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Rose International Implements Office Recycling Programs Across the U.S.

Rose is committed to helping keep the world healthy and green.

ST. LOUIS (January 4, 2017) - Rose International, a leader in providing Technology and Workforce Solutions, announced today that it implemented office recycling programs across the U.S. in the majority of its offices. The company is committed to reducing waste and increasing recycling in the workplace.

Rose International executives made it a priority to identify opportunities to recycle more and waste less companywide. The company made recycling more convenient in its offices by having recycling bins placed in high traffic areas to enable greater employee participation. Rose also increased employee awareness of recycling opportunities in its offices to help the program succeed across all levels of the organization. In addition, the company invested heavily in its infrastructure to move as many documents, forms and business processes to a digital format, virtually eliminating the need to print.

"We are committed to increasing recycling in our offices across the country," said Mrs. Sue Bhatia, CEO of Rose International. "This is only one aspect of our dedication to protect our environment. We continuously look for ways to reduce our environmental impact."

For further information about Rose International’s green initiatives, visit http://www.roseit.com/Green.html.

ABOUT ROSE INTERNATIONAL
Founded in 1993, Rose International is one of the country's leading minority and woman-owned providers of Workforce and Technology Solutions to corporations and government agencies. Rose employs thousands of associates and has offices and development centers in 20+ U.S. cities and two in New Delhi, India.

For more information on Rose International, visit the company's website at www.roseIT.com. For media inquiries, please contact Lori Buehler at (636) 812-4000, ext. 2026.