truGround espouses the philosophy of corporate stewardship and leadership in the community as a matter of duty rather than vanity.  Our founder has and continues to be a community leader through a variety of pro bono service and financial contribution.  In turn, truGround believes in contributing our unique professional skills, time and financial resources to address environmental and social issues that affect the communities where we live and work.  We stand behind our employees in their community improvement endeavors and support their efforts to leverage their own unique skills to make meaningful impacts to the environment and community at large. At truGround, solving environmental issues is our expertise.

truGround staff have served on the board of directors for a variety of non-profits including GreenLawOptimist International, the Samaritan Housethe Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce's Environmental Policy & Sustainability Committee, the Institute of Georgia Environmental Leadership and the Theatrical Outfit.  Currently, we serve on the Advisory Board of the Emory University Turner Environmental Law Clinic.  Moreover, our own founder has received the City of Atlanta’s Phoenix Award for his pro bono service in the data driven regulation and management of personal care and homeless shelters in Atlanta.

J. Henry Fair Industrial Photography

The aerial photography featured throughout the truGround web site was taken by J. Henry Fair of New York, NY. Mr. Fair has photographed numerous industrial facilities and their waste management practices all over the world. His unique capture of these operations provides a simple but elegant visual interpretation at a scale that illustrates beauty and awe in a subject matter that is less than attractive at its core. As part of truGround's support of community and the arts, we will feature works from artists with environmental themes and will periodically update our website in the future to promote this type of work. A description of the featured photography can be obtained by clicking on each photo below.



© J Henry Fair