Biz Spotlights

Mar
01

Green Business Spotlight: Kindred Homestead Supply

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Clark County's newest certified green business is Kindred Homestead Supply. Kindred is a brand-new store in downtown Vancouver that sells low-waste and sustainably made home goods, vintage items, and bulk products. Owner Alex Luna was inspired to open the store after taking the Clark County Master Composter Recycler (MCR) training class last y...

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Feb
08

Green Business Spotlight: Tetra Pak

With over 50 manufacturing plants throughout the world, Tetra Pak Materials LP is a big company with big sustainability goals. Tetra Pak specializes in manufacturing packaging for food and liquid products such as milk, juice, and soup. Their Vancouver location first certified as a Clark County Green Business in 2012 and proudly shows off their Gree...

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Jan
06

Green Business Spotlight: Simply Thyme

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Simply Thyme Catering offers a full range of catering services to customers in the Vancouver and Portland Metro area. They have the ability to prepare for every occasion, including individual meals, corporate luncheons, large weddings and everything in between.  Based in Vancouver, Simply Thyme has been serving the local community for almost 1...

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Dec
03

Green Business Spotlight: Central Transfer Station

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Central Transfer Station is one of three transfer stations in Clark County. While their mission is to provide reliable and environmentally conscious waste and recycling services for county residents and businesses, Central Transfer has also adopted many green practices to ensure a safe and sustainable environment for their employees and customers.&...

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Nov
06

Green Business Spotlight: EYE Clothing Co.

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EYE Clothing Co. is one of Clark County's newest certified green businesses. Based out of the Vancouver Mall, EYE Clothing sells a range of apparel including sweatshirts, jackets, hats, and more for both adults and children. They frequently collaborate with local businesses and artists to create designs showcasing the beauty of the Pacific Northwes...

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