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Jensen Landscape wins waste reduction award

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The company's Sacramento Branch was honored by the state for the sixth straight year.

| February 9, 2011

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Jensen Landscape Services' Sacramento Branch (formerly Huppe Landscape Company), a subsidiary of Jensen Corporate Holdings, was recognized by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery for the 2010 Waste Reduction Awards Program (WRAP).

Businesses and nonprofit organizations were evaluated individually based on reported waste prevention, recycling and composting, procurement, and educational activities. A total of 285 awards were given and Huppe was honored for the sixth straight year with this notable award and is acknowledged both locally and statewide.

Huppe Landscape Company joined Jensen Corporate Holdings, Inc., in December 2008 and later was rebranded Jensen Landscape Services. Together, as a united company, both share the same vision and continue to strive towards excellence. The WRAP Award is just one of many awards under Jensen's belt.

The Waste Reduction Awards Program (WRAP) has been recognizing California business waste reduction efforts since 1993, and CalRecycle is the state's leading authority on recycling and waste reduction. More information can be found by visiting www.calrecycle.ca.gov.

Founded in 1969, Jensen is a leading provider of landscape construction and maintenance services. Based in San Jose with numerous branch offices, Jensen serves clients in the public and private sectors throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Napa Valley, Central Valley and Monterey Bay regions. The company's flagship projects include The Living Roof at the California Academy of Sciences, the Pacific Shores Center, Walnut Creek Veterans Memorial and headquarters at Apple, Sun Microsystems and Oracle.
 

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