New Jersey Resources, American Water named to America’s ‘Most Responsible Companies’ by Newsweek

Wall-based New Jersey Resources and American Water in Camden were both named as America’s Most Responsible Companies by Newsweek.

The two New Jersey-based utilities are among the Top 600 of the nation’s largest public corporations across 14 industries recognized for their work and accomplishments on sustainability issues, performance and reputation.

America’s Most Responsible Companies are evaluated and ranked across environmental, social & governance key performance indicators, while an independent survey asked U.S. citizens about their perception of company activities related to corporate social responsibility.

“Underpinning NJR’s commitment to sustainability is our belief that making a positive and lasting impact on our people, customers, communities and environment is intertwined with our success,” Steve Westhoven, CEO and president of New Jersey Resources, said. “To be recognized for our commitment to ESG and among such an elite group of environmentally and socially conscience companies is a huge accomplishment and credit to our entire team.”

America’s Most Responsible Companies 2024 is a project of Newsweek in partnership with Statista. For more information on the rankings and methodology for selection, please click here.