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Columbus Green Drinks/Green Columbus
Environmental, Free, Networking, Professional, Social Green Columbus exists to promote sustainable living in Central Ohio and globally by
1) providing forums for environmental groups, citizens and others to interact.
2) raising awareness about environmental issues and what can be done to address them, and
3) encouraging participation in action oriented green events.
Signature events include: Green Drinks, City-wide Earth Day Celebration (2007: Year in a Day, 2008: Now Get Busy!, 2009: Picture This)
Phone: (614) 285-4534
Member Testimonial: Royal Document Destruction
“Our reason for joining the Chamber was to increase our
footprint on the City of Columbus and grow our impact.” “As a result, our community presence has never been more successful.” -Rob Grubaugh, sales manager Read more.
A Workplace Recycling toolkit.
Phone: (614) 645-5133
City of Columbus, Greenspot
Greenspot is the place where people in our city go to learn about living and working greener, and commit to doing it—in their homes, businesses, and communities. It is a recognition program for Columbus area businesses committed to green practices.
Phone: (614) 645-3111
Get Green Columbus
Mayor Michael B. Coleman established the Get Green Columbus initiative to create a healthy environment for live, work and play.
Transportation; Growth and Development; Education and Engagement; Energy; Business and Green Building.
Phone: (614) 645-7671
Central Ohio Green Pact
In 2007, City of Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman joined with elected officials from 12 other local jurisdictions in developing and signing the Central Ohio Green Pact. The Pact represents a multi-jurisdictional commitment to make our region more sustainable starting with policies that enhance and protect the quality of life, environment and economic vitality. Coordinated by MORPC, the network of Pact members includes 27 local governments and other significant organizations.
The Pact outlines ten general values communities should hold to preserve natural resources, to increase green space, reduce our consumption of raw materials and increase recycling.
Phone: (614) 228-2663
Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO)
The Solid Waste of Central Ohio provides information about recycling drop-off locations, waste disposal and hauling, and the Franklin County landfill.
Phone: (614) 871-5100
Green Community Calendar
The Green Community Calendar by MORPC provides information about green events in the Columbus region.
Phone: (614) 228-2663