Two new organizations earn Green Plus Certification, Six earn Re-Certification


Over the past few weeks, you’ve probably noticed several announcements from us recognizing organizations that have earned Green Plus Certification or Re-Certification.  We’re happy to include a total list below.  

In total, two new organizations in North Carolina have earned Green Plus Certification, and six organizations from three different states have earned Re-Certification.  

“It’s inspiring to see our new Certified businesses taking the initiative in their industries and communities by becoming Green Plus Certified, and we’re proud to have them join the ranks of those enterprises who have now earned Re-Certification,” said Chris Carmody, Executive Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development.  “All of these organizations are leaders in sustainability, and are making smart business decisions that strengthen their local economy, environment, and community,” Carmody concluded.

New Certified organizations include:



On top of earning Green Plus Certification, Harrington Bank also earns the distinction of being the first Certified bank in the country, while Stay Online is the first Certified organization in the community of Creedmoor, NC. 

Organizations that are already Certified are required by Green Plus to earn Re-Certification every two years, demonstrating they are still upholding the high standards of Green Plus Certification and the tenants of triple bottom line sustainability.  Green Plus organizations who have recently earned Re-Certification include:


Including these organizations, a total of 74 enterprises in seven states are now Green Plus Certified.  Congratulations to all of these organizations for their achievement and commitment to sustainability!  We’re proud to count you among the ranks of Green Plus Certified businesses.  

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