Offering more. Using less.

Benefiting from the resources of the Graham Sustainability Institute at the University of Michigan, which has been funded through a philanthropic initiative of Don Graham, Graham Partners is striving to deliver cutting-edge sustainability best practices to its portfolio of investments. Through innovations in sustainability and advanced technologies, Graham Partners seeks to respond to global challenges, including resource conservation, workforce safety, food protection, and energy conservation, among others. Graham Partners and its companies are committed to reducing their environmental footprint and developing solutions that meet customers’ evolving needs for sustainable products.

In June 2016, Graham Partners’ Sustainability Operating Partner, Lizzie Grobbel, was awarded the Department of Energy’s Distinguished IAC (Industrial Assessment Center) Alumni Award for outstanding accomplishments in promoting the practices and principles of energy engineering by advancing energy efficiency and sustainability within the Graham portfolio.

 Learn more about Graham Partners’ sustainability efforts in our 2016 Sustainability Report.

Access our 2015 Sustainability Report by clicking here.

  • TransAxle has salvaged over 160,000 tons of steel destined for landfills by remanufacturing transmissions and differentials; these remanufactured components consume 85% less energy than brand new components.
  • Henry Company produces energy efficiency building products, such as BlueSkin® building envelope wraps and the LEED-eligible Henry Vegetative Roofing Assembly™ (VRA).