An international financial services company is trying to do its part to reduce air pollution.

ING Groep N.V., Amsterdam, says it has agreed to offset U.S. operations’ use of conventional electricity by buying enough wind energy credits to offset 100% of ING U.S. electricity usage.

ING already offsets its global business travel by supporting the planting and rehabilitation of 300 hectares of degraded tropical rainforest in Malaysia, the company says.

The company also is trying to use energy-conserving products and systems in a 500,000-square-foot office building it is putting up in Windsor, Conn.