2017 Clark County Green Awards winners announced!
At the Green Awards, held on Thursday, March 23, 2017, Clark County presented awards to six businesses and community members for their commitment to reduce harmful environmental impacts, educate others and give back to the community. The winners are:
Steve Horton, Alki Middle School - Green Apple Award for a school employee
Steve inspires Alki students as leader of the environmental club. He transformed Alki's recycling and composting program, encouraging all students to participate through fun events and contests.
Shareefah Hoover - Green Neighbor Award for a resident who exemplifies a sustainable lifestyle
Shareefah shares her composting knowledge with neighbors, walks to work often, researches recycling options for plastics not accepted curbside, and works to conserve energy at home.
Richard Reiter - Green Volunteer Award
Richard has volunteered with the Clark County Habitat for Humanity Store since 2011. By revamping its metal recycling program, he helped the store keep tons of materials out of landfills.
Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning - Green Business Product/Service Award
By providing carpet cleaning services without generating dirty wastewater, Heaven's Best conserves resources and protects our waterways from potential pollution.
Simply Thyme Catering - Green Business Award (25 or fewer employees)
Simply Thyme offsets all its electricity use through Clark Public Utilities' Green Lights program, purchases locally produced food when possible, and diverts food scraps from the landfill.
Cadet - Green Business Award (more than 25 employees)
Cadet recently eliminated 90 percent of incoming block foam packaging and installed energy-saving motion sensors throughout the building. Cadet also protects stormwater by filtering roof runoff in a Grattix box.
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