We help
organizations implement

a productive and cost-effective program that maximizes every phase of corporate environmental responsibility, encompassing carbon footprint, sustainability, occupational safety, and the accountable sourcing of products and services.

Designed to bring the organization towards certification, the implementation process progresses through a series of steps, including the production of internal manuals and documents, in compliance with governmental standards.

We help
organizations implement

a productive and cost-effective program that maximizes every phase of corporate environmental responsibility, encompassing carbon footprint, sustainability, occupational safety, and the accountable sourcing of products and services.

Designed to bring the organization towards certification, the implementation process progresses through a series of steps, including the production of internal manuals and documents, in compliance with governmental standards.
 

Our mission is to facilitate sustainable development, delivering improved long-term equitable performance, profits, and competitive advantage.


CARBON FOOTPRINT: Governments increasingly use the carbon footprint as the core indicator of our impact on the environment. CGP has developed an integrated program that sheds light on the importance of consistency in the standards of this field. Just one indicator can break down trade barriers and help build a more sustainable future.
SUSTAINABLE PURCHASING: Consumers want products with the best possible price-quality ratio, without considering the sustainability of natural resources already exhausted and the transparency of the supply chain.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY: Today’s organizations face a major challenge to reduce energy consumption and dependence on fossil fuels.

WATER CONSERVATION: CGP’s water standards build confidence through consensus-based global solutions for optimal business practice, management of resources, risk assessment, metrics, and infrastructure.

FOOD: Food products regularly cross-national boundaries at every stage of the supply chain.
PRODUCTS: We verify and accredit the quality of any kinds of consumer products or services to help our customers and their supply chain to meet environmental regulations.

SERVICES: Services represent more than two-thirds of the world’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). They are a core economic activity, contributing more to the GDP than both industry and agriculture combined.

HEALTH & SAFETY: Occupational health and safety practices require the collaboration and participation of both employers and workers.

GREEN BUILDING: With the complexities surrounding the construction industry, it is important to ensure that efficiencies are in place.

 

Our standards


CGP bases its principles on global sustainability standards, which are sufficiently flexible and include performance indicators that can be applied according to certification level, geographic area, and local factors.

Our standards of operational integrity include quality control that covers aspects like environment, food, energy, supply chain, and risk management. Moreover, our standards facilitate sustainable development, social responsibility, and occupational health and safety.

Our standards


CGP bases its principles on global sustainability standards, which are sufficiently flexible and include performance indicators that can be applied according to certification level, geographic area, and local factors.

Our standards of operational integrity include quality control that covers aspects like environment, food, energy, supply chain, and risk management. Moreover, our standards facilitate sustainable development, social responsibility, and occupational health and safety.

There are three levels of certification:

Basic Green, Green, and Green +. Each level assesses current practices and creates a customized plan that helps any company comply with conservational requirements and governmental regulations.

Although CGP created the internationally-recognized certification program, we do not perform the entire process. A third-party organization must complete the process either by implementation or via audit to determine if the CGP standards have been met. Once the process has been completed, CGP issues the certificate and rights to use the CGP Seal of Compliance.

All documented sustainable efforts are taken into consideration and converted into credits using a 100-Point Scale that consists of eight tiers, representing a fixed number of points. The company’s certification level is based on the number of sustainability points accumulated, as well as other required standards.

You can benefit

in a number of ways


Seal of Compliance

That works

Our timeline

Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Miami, Florida, CGP offered educational seminars to help print shops mitigate the environmental impact of their operations, specifically through their use of paper, ink, and recycling. As we expanded our markets, we realized that seminars on these basic points were insufficient to achieve a positive environmental impact.


In 2008, CGP created an integrated environmental management program by synthesizing international standards, procedures, and practices. Today, true to our goals, we dynamically update our standards to meet global requirements.


Our Team

Veronica Mendieta

Chairman and CEO

Ralph Puig

President

Nichole Baquerizo

CCO

Héctor Don Pablo

CMO

Our Team

Veronica Mendieta

Chairman and CEO

Ralph Puig

President

Nichole Baquerizo

CCO

Héctor Don Pablo

CMO

Our Directors

Marco Buestan

Guatemala

Juan Carlos Suárez

Mexico

Pablo Alcivar

Ecuador

Sean Cochrane

Australia
 

Our network directors are integrated by a selected group of leaders in their respective environmental fields and with a vastly experienced to spread the importance of corporate social responsibility. Directors' participation includes presidents, CEOs, business owners, or executive management individuals, in a range of different industries.

 

Ron Wyss

Switzerland

Panos Leighty

Lebanon

Nathan Martins

Brazil

Julie Thompson

USA

Marco Buestan

Guatemala

Juan Carlos Suárez

Mexico

Pablo Alcivar

Ecuador

Sean Cochrane

Australia
 

Our network directors are integrated by a selected group of leaders in their respective environmental fields and with a vastly experienced to spread the importance of corporate social responsibility. Directors' participation includes presidents, CEOs, business owners, or executive management individuals, in a range of different industries.

 

Ron Wyss

Switzerland

Panos Leighty

Lebanon

Nathan Martins

Brazil

Julie Thompson

USA