Air Products has again been recognised on Barron’s List of the 100 most Sustainable Companies.

Barron’s recently reranked its Top 100 list based on social factors to create a second model portfolio. Based on those social factor-based rankings, Air Products rose from 33rd to 10th.

“We are proud to again be recognised by Barron’s for our commitment to sustainability,” said Simon Moore, Air Products’ Vice-President of Investor Relations, Corporate Relations and Sustainability.

“At Air Products, sustainability is part of our higher purpose, and this recognition, which is focused on social factors, validates our overall efforts to collaborate with our partners, employees and communities to continue to build a more sustainable future.”

To determine its Top 100 Most Sustainable Companies, Barron’s works with Calvert Research and Management, an investment firm focused on responsible investing, owned by Eaton Vance.

The Barron’s 100 Most Sustainable List is based on 28 environmental, social and governance categories covering 230 indictors. This year, Barron’s reranked the companies solely on societal factors across 13 categories such as how they treat their employees, customers and communities.