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A business is dependent on the community for economic support, stability, and a safe environment.  Your business is in a position to be a good neighbor and engage its surroundings in a positive way. Building your company's relationship with the local neighborhoods will help to foster a sense of community and patronage. Also, employees who are engaged in community service through their workplace tend to be happier, healthier, and more productive while at work. 

The Clark County Green Business Community assessment will help you connect your business to local opportunities for giving back and also encourage engagement with neighborhoods, schools, and other organizations. You will also have the opportunity to highlight and share the successes and contributions your employees and your organization have made in the community.

 

 

Download a printable Community assessment

Community (PDF)

 

Helpful Links

Volunteering Opportunities

Clark County Green Neighbors 

 

Contacts:

Sally Fisher
Sustainability Specialist, Clark County Environmental Services
(360) 397-2121 ext. 4939
Sally.Fisher@clark.wa.gov

Pete DuBois
Sustainability Specialist, Clark County Environmental Services
(360) 397-2121 ext. 4961
Pete.Dubois@clark.wa.gov

 

Register for the next Green Business meeting on January 15

Meeting will cover energy use and toxics. Learn from local experts, ask questions, complete steps to become a Clark County Green Business, and network with other business representatives.

Featured Fact

If you stop a faucet from leaking 1 drop each second, you can save more than 2,700 gallons of water in a year.

Upcoming Events

2014-2015 Green Business Meeting Series

December 3 - January 15, 2015
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Local businesses are invited to a series of 3 free meetings starting Nov. 20 to be guided through the process of being verified as a Clark County

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