WE DEDICATE TIME, RESOURCES, AND IDEAS TO DRIVE CHANGE.

Our passion to enhance our natural and developed environment extends to both community involvement initiatives and sustainability practices, and supplier diversity.

 

COMMUNITY

Part of what gives us our “small company” feel is our dedication to serving our local communities and supporting causes that resonate with our employees. We welcome the opportunity to support organizations, activities, and initiatives that improve quality of life.

If you are interested in asking for a donation of time, money, or expertise from Trihydro for your community project or event, please visit our Donation Request page.

"Trihydro is a vital member of the Laramie business community. Over the years they have demonstrated strong business leadership and commitment to community. Their high ethical standards, professionalism, and pride in their work makes them a trusted adviser for any company that needs their business services."
- Gary Negich, Former President, First Interstate Bank

SUSTAINABILITY

Environmental sustainability is one of Trihydro’s core values. We believe in leading by example - our headquarters was Wyoming’s first privately-owned building to receive the ENERGY STAR label, and as a founding member of the Climate Registry we voluntarily report our greenhouse gas emissions yearly.

As we grow, we continue to devote resources toward developing innovative sustainability practices, such as community recycling programs. We prioritize our sustainability efforts at the office, in our neighborhoods, and at home to continue progress toward becoming a “Zero Waste” company.

"Environmental Learning for Kids is overjoyed with the overwhelming positive relationship it has built with the Trihydro team over the past several years.  From the wonderful Trihydro employees who generously provide their time and efforts as members of our Board, to donations for both events and towards our underserved, inner-city youth directly, Trihydro is truly a company that cares about positively impacting its surrounding community."
- Kristina Opre, Volunteer Manager, Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK)