Hello Visitor, Fall is right around the corner, and some would even say it's already here. The cooler mornings are another reason to grab a warm cup of coffee at the next Green Business Morning Blend, September 19 at LSW Architects. They will be sharing design strategies they're using to create more sustainable and efficient buildings in Vancouver and beyond.
Thatcher's Coffee is a local, woman-owned business that opened in 2012 in the Grand Central Retail Center, located just east of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver. Their desires to support the community and reduce their environmental impact have combined to create a warm and welcoming space. Certifying as a Clark County Green Business in 2018, Thatcher's continues to find creative ways to be green, involving their customers in supporting and connecting with the community.
Now is a great time to re-assess what tools you need to make your workplace recycling program successful. Fill out the Workplace Recycling Materials Request Form to let us know what you need. Choose from FREE recycling collection boxes, stickers, posters, and instructional signs. Just fill out the request form and we'll deliver what you need!
Green Business Morning Blend is an opportunity to network and discuss business environmental initiatives in an informal setting. Held on the 3rd Thursday of the month at different locations, the event is free and open to all Green Business program participants and anyone with an interest in greening their own business or workplace.
Shredded paper is too small and is lost during the sorting of mixed recyclables. Best practice is to utilize a document shredding service. Check out this list of service providers.
Clark County Green Business offers recognition for your achievements in waste reduction, conservation and efficiency. We support individuals and green teams to create more sustainable workplaces in Clark County.
We're here to assist with your projects to evaluate and improve environmental practices. We offer assistance for recycling and composting programs and to identify opportunities to increase efficiencies and reduce waste.