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Jan
10

New Single-use Food Serviceware Law

Single-use disposable serviceware is an ordinary part of any takeout, delivery, or casual dining experience today – yet it generates an immense amount of garbage that often ends up as litter in the environment or contaminating recycling systems. Washington has a new state law aimed at reducing plastic waste and litter, and one component of this leg...

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Dec
03

Nominate your business for a 2022 Green Award!

Clark County is accepting nominations for the 2022 Green Awards, an annual celebration and awards program recognizing leaders in environmental sustainability.  Clark County Green Business is seeking nominations for organizations that consider the environment in decision-making and practices. Self-nominations are encouraged....

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Sep
29

Meet the new Green Business AmeriCorps member

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Clark County Green Business recently welcomed Abbie Swenson to our team. Abbie will be serving with us for 10 months as an AmeriCorps member to enhance environmental initiatives in the region. Read on to learn a little more about Abbie's background, interests, and the green business projects she'll be supporting w...

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Aug
03

What to tell your patients about medicine disposal?

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Advice for communicating medicine disposal to patients Have you ever been unsure what to tell your patients to do with expired and unwanted medicine? Good news! The state of Washington has opened its doors to MED-Project – a free, safe and easy product stewardship program for residents to dispose of old medication at local drop-off locations or usi...

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Jun
01

Apply to be a Clark Green Biz AmeriCorps Member!

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Clark County Green Business is seeking AmeriCorps applicants for Fall 2021! As my time as a Green Business AmeriCorps member comes to a close, I reflect on everything I learned and accomplished over the past year. Through this position, I have received the opportunity to work with members of the community, stakeholders, attend trainings, and lead e...

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