BLH Commits to Being Green
Thursday, June 28, 2012

Rockville, Maryland – BLH Technologies, Inc., is committed to being environmentally friendly and to offering sustainable business practices to ensure that ecological resources are available for use by future generations. BLH has several systems in place to reduce waste and carbon emissions and to promote environmental sustainability.

Through our recycling program, we continue to reduce the amount of paper used and to ensure that recyclable items are properly disposed. We use recycled paper and products and limit energy use whenever possible. BLH offices are located on a mass transit bus line that also offers access to the Metro subway system. Our kitchens have water filtering systems to encourage staff members to refill glasses and to discourage the use of bottled water. Our employees are educated on ways that they can make environmentally friendly choices within the workplace and at home.

Not only does BLH offer green services and products to our staff members, we also save our clients money by “going green,” such as encouraging the use of webinars, virtual meetings, video and audio calls, and Web-sharing tools. We take a green approach to plan all meetings and events by using environmentally friendly procedures. BLH uses meeting facilities with green policies, and we encourage green alternatives, such as using USB drives, CDs, and other electronic methods to disseminate information.

“BLH staff members work hard to promote a culture of personal responsibility and accountability,” says President and CEO of BLH Technologies, Benjamin L. Harris. “It is important for us to understand the potentially longlasting effects of our actions today.”


BLH Technologies, Inc., is a communication, program management, and technology consulting firm that provides comprehensive services to Federal and State governments and private-sector businesses, including those in the health and science fields. BLH’s services include communication and outreach, financial management, information technology, program management and technical assistance, and research and evaluation. BLH’s Web site is