Wells Fargo in the Office

In the Office

Where We're Making a Difference

Getting Smaller for a Bigger Impact

If you laid every one of our offices and banking stores next to each other, they would occupy 100 million square feet, an office space two miles long and two miles wide. But the workplace has changed. We already have cut 10 million square feet since 2009, will shed another 10 million square feet by the end of 2014, and aim to reduce 10 million more square feet by the end of 2018.

Getting Smaller for a Bigger Impact

Not Getting Soaked with Water Bills

We aim to conserve water at local banking stores. New smart-watering technology irrigates only when recent rainfall is inadequate. One year in, the pilot program at 40 locations has saved almost $250,000 in utility costs and 30 million gallons of water.

Not Getting Soaked with Water Bills
Not Getting Soaked with Water Bills

Not Getting Soaked with Water Bills

We aim to conserve water at local banking stores. New smart-watering technology irrigates only when recent rainfall is inadequate. One year in, the pilot program at 40 locations has saved almost $250,000 in utility costs and 30 million gallons of water.

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