Patrick Boyle

Director, Corporate Sustainability at Sloan Valve Company
Franklin Park, Illinois
United States

Patrick Boyle is the Director of Sustainability at Sloan Valve Company. He has 20 years of experience in the environmental health, occupational safety and sustainability field and has master’s degree from the Stuart School of Business at Illinois Institute of Technology in Environmental Management and Sustainability. Patrick has championed Triple Zero campaigns for zero water wasted, zero waste to landfill, and zero energy growth and has successfully developed and implemented Management Systems based on ISO 18001 and ISO 14000 standards. He has developed corporate responsibility strategy plans, implemented programs to drive corporate citizenship and championed environmental stewardship throughout his companies to foster a culture of sustainability. Patrick works with AIA, GBCI, IDCEC and ASPE to develop Sloan’s continuing education programs and educates national architecture, design and engineering firms to promote the importance of sustainability and water conservation. He works closely with global manufacturing facilities to identify environmental impact reduction strategies, initiated and manages product Life Cycle Assessments, Environmental Product Declarations and Health Product Declarations, interfaces with the new product development teams to advocate for clean tech design, implemented green chemical alternatives to replace hazardous materials and implemented strategies to reduce corporate energy and water consumption. He sits on USGBC’s Water Efficiency Technical Advisory Group (WETAG), is the Vice Chairman of the Board for the Illinois Green Alliance (previously USGBC Illinois Chapter) and is also on the Board of Directors for his local Chamber of Commerce. He volunteers his time to help develop environmental, safety and sustainability plans for the local school districts and enjoys volunteering as a coach for his children’s various athletic teams.