Conserve resources, create a healthier work environment for employees, and enhance your recycling and composting programs. Clark County Green Business program offers:
Join the growing list of certified Green Businesses. Earning Green Business certification demonstrates to your customers and employees that your business is committed to the environment and to your community.
The Clark County Green Business Program recognizes businesses for environmental excellence through onsite assistance and verification of green business practices. The program provides an environmental assessment, resources, and assistance to businesses seeking a structured approach to implementing green initiatives and measuring results.
Our businesses demonstrate that going green is not only good for the environment, it is also good for business's bottom line, improving employee morale, increasing operational efficiency and maintaining a positive public image.
Each year, businesses and community members are presented with awards for their efforts to reduce their environmental footprint and make continuous improvements toward a sustainable future. Our 2022 Clark County Green Business Awards winners:
Our January Morning Blend event will be hosted by our Green Business Jacobs! We are excited to be touring their water treatment center in Vancouver on January 31st at 9AM. We're going to start the day with some light refreshments at the Vancouver Water Resource Education Center downstairs classroom and hear from Jacobs to learn more about their sustainability initiatives. Then we are going to head over to their water treatment plant for the tour!
We recommend wearing closed toe shoes and long pants, and all other safety gear will be provided. There's a large parking lot by the Water Resource Education Center, and you will be directed down to the meeting place at 9AM.
9:00am: Networking at the Water Resource Education Center, we'll be in the downstairs classroom
9:30am: Jacob's sustainability initiatives
9:45am: Guided tour of Jacob's water treatment center! The tour is expected to last around 45 minutes
|01-31-2024 9:00 am
|Event End Date
|01-31-2024 10:30 am
|Vancouver Water Resource Education Center