NSA Goes Green
NSA is committed to protecting the environment. NSA has been going green for more than 25 years, by implementing countless initiatives to be environmentally friendly. To keep as much material out of local landfills as possible, NSA recycles trash such as paper (which is sometimes turned into pizza boxes), scrap metal, glass and plastic. In 2015, NSA had a 60% diversion rate. In the past, NSA has been a national leader in recycling ceiling tiles. In addition to recycling, NSA has other initiatives to create a cleaner world. NSA incorporates green vehicles into its fleet. Plus, NSA uses sustainable design and construction materials at NSA's campus, such as "green roofs." Learn more about NSA's green efforts in the articles below.