We heart local businesses, helping them out with sustainable
practices and marketing support
With Valentine’s Day just hours away, check out the hugs and kisses the EnviroStars program is receiving from local businesses in a new video: EnviroStars, Good for Business, Good for the Environment. The video is available at bit.ly/1dFpO83.
In the video, businesses like drycleaners, landscapers, property managers and manufacturers share how EnviroStars has added to their sustainable and environmental practices, and the value of the marketing to their businesses.
“We were amazed at how much time, knowledge and experience (EnviroStars) brought to us,” said Cindy Parks, with Printing Control, about its visit with program staff. “Being able to cut down our costs on hazardous waste recycling – that made the biggest impact for us.”
To schedule a free consultation and assistance visit from EnviroStars technical staff, King County business owners can contact Laurel Tomchick at 206-263-3063, Laurel.Tomchick@kingcounty.gov, or visit envirostars.org. Consultants will visit businesses with information on reducing hazardous wastes, green practices, access to a cash rebate for waste improvements, disposal options and more.
Interested in your business becoming an EnviroStar? Join more than 850 local businesses like Printing Control and get recognition and support at www.envirostars.org.
EnviroStars is one of the services provided by the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program through a partnership of more than 40 city, county and tribal governments working together in King County to reduce threats posed from hazardous materials and wastes.