Alliance Residential renews focus on reducing waste in 2019

Kelly Vickers, vice president of corporate social responsibility at Alliance Residential. / MFE

Kelly Vickers, vice president of corporate social responsibility, shares the finer points of Alliance’s sustainability campaign.

By Mary Salmansen | MFE

Alliance Residential, the largest multifamily developer and No. 4 multifamily manager in the nation this year, is doubling down this year on its efforts to reduce waste across its organization, including its portfolio of over 450 properties across 36 U.S. markets.

The developer’s yearlong campaign includes property-level waste analyses, new recycling and composting programs, and educational resources and support for employees and residents alike—starting with a “zero-waste” event at the company’s annual employee conference in February. Alliance has also been awarded a Phoenix Green Business Leader platinum-level certification from the city this year, in recognition of its sustainability efforts. It is the first multifamily company to earn this designation at any level.

MFE caught up with Kelly Vickers, vice president of corporate social responsibility at Alliance Residential, to learn more about the company’s 
waste management campaign, reduction strategies, and awareness and education methods.


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