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The concept of sustainability is a powerful force that has elicited companies’ involvement in various social, economical, environmental, legal and political issues. Integration of sustainability within a company’s core strategy has become imperative for a company’s reputation and economic success.What is economically sustainable?
economically sustainable. Quality of careful, efficient, and prudent use of natural, fiscal, and human resources over the long-term with minimal waste, and accounting for all (monetary and non-monetary) costs.