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GreenPrint Makes the Inc. 5000

Sustainability program provider ranks among fastest-growing private companies
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ATLANTA — GreenPrint Corp., an environmental technology company providing turnkey sustainability programs, has made the Inc. 5000 list, a ranking of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States.

GreenPrint ranked No. 71 on the Inc. 5000 list and No. 2 in the energy category. Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list has included companies such as Yelp, Domino's Pizza, LinkedIn and Zillow. Companies on the 2019 Inc. 5000 ranking saw a three-year average growth of 454%, and median growth of 157%. GreenPrint’s three-year growth was pegged at 4,281%, with 2018 revenues of $6.2 million.

Atlanta-based GreenPrint is a pioneer of carbon offset programs for fuel transactions, having launched its Reduced Emissions program in 2014 to fuel retailers and fleets. Each year, its programs cut emissions on more than 1 billion gallons of fuel at more than 4,000 stores and 100,000 corporate and municipal fleets in 14 countries, according to GreenPrint. Clients include c-store chains such as 7-Eleven Inc., SpeedyQ Markets, Tri Star Energy and Home Service Oil, as well as Ahold Delhaize and Fleetcor.

Most recently, GreenPrint launched a new sustainability program with PlasticBank that allows operators to become plastic neutral by offsetting their plastic consumption with Social Plastic Collections Credits (SPCCs), which fund the recovery and recycling of an equivalent amount of ocean-bound plastic. 

"We are extremely proud of the hard work and innovative spirit of our team, which has enabled GreenPrint to rise as a leader in sustainability," said GreenPrint CEO Pete Davis. "We are delighted to be recognized by Inc. and to be featured as one of the top 500 companies on the list.”

 

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