Green Office Awards Deadline Tomorrow!

The Northwest Arkansas Business Journal has a Green Office Awards contest with an application deadline of TOMORROW. Plenty of time if you're a procrastinator like me.


There will be winners in five categories:
  • Greenest Office: Any company embracing sustainability not just through energy efficiency and conservation practices, but by product and/or services innovation and employee behavior.
  • Best Collaboration: Any entities partnering to reduce their impact on the planet while simultaneously boosting profits and/or cutting costs and providing consumers a better product and/or service.
  • Vendor Award: A vendor with a physical presence in Northwest Arkansas that uses energy efficiency, conservation practices, innovation or employee behavior - or any combination thereof - to give consumers a better product while also boosting profits and/or cutting costs.
  • Sustainability Champion: An individual who is making our corner of the world a better place to live through efforts to make us a more eco-friendly society.
  • Best Initiative: Any volunteer program - within a company, nonprofit group or social group - that promotes sustainable practices.

To nominate, go to:
http://www.arkansasbusiness.com/green_office.asp

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