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Green Restaurant Association
Helping restaurants become more environmentally sustainable since 1990.
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State & Allen Sep 21
Did you know our take-out containers are compostable and the plastic lining is made from plants? It's one of the many ways we've gone green!
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 21
Poke bowl from , a 3 Star Certified Green Restaurant®
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 19
Air Pollution Reduction Tip #3: Energy is often produced by burning fossil fuels, which releases pollutants into the air. By conserving energy at your restaurant, you will be reducing air pollution. Ways you can reduce energy usage at your restaurant:
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 19
Congratulations to on becoming a Level 1 Certified Green Restaurant®!
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 18
Congratulations to Vintage on becoming a 3 Star Certified Green Restaurant®!
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 17
It’s been very exciting to see more fast-casual chains adopting environmentally sustainable practices. We are proud to announce that we have six certified as Level 1 Certified Green Restaurants®. Learn more here:
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World Dryer Sep 17
Is on the menu for your next project? From the VERDEdri to SMARTdri, World Dryer can help you on the path to Certification
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Carmo Sep 14
Our latest sustainability assessment by the Green Restaurant Association. All are welcome to view the details of our 3-star Green certification.
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 14
How cute is this unicorn cake from ?! 🦄 They are a 3 Star Certified Green Caterer™ located in Chicago.
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 12
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 12
Air Pollution Tip #2: Increase the air quality in your restaurant by using low VOC paints. Low VOC paints are generally water-based instead of petroleum-based and contain little to no formaldehyde or heavy metals.
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 10
Learn more about one of our Green Leader nominees, . He is the head chef of , the very first 4 Star SustainaBuild™ Certified Green Restaurant® in the world.
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OlympicCulinaryLoop Sep 9
Two of Washington state's three three-star GRA-certified restaurants recognized by the Green Restaurant Association are the Creekside Restaurant at Kalaloch Lodge in Forks, and Port Crescent, Washington, both part of The Lodges of Olympic National...
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 6
Air Pollution Reduction Tip #1: For restaurants that deliver, invest is hybrid or biodiesel vehicles. Better yet, you could deliver your food by bike or foot!
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Green Restaurant Association Sep 4
Air pollution can cut months to years off of your life. Even restaurants contribute to the air pollution problem, and this month we will give tips on how to lower your restaurant's impact.
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Green Restaurant Association Aug 30
Disposables Tip #3: Shifting from disposables to reusables is good for the planet and your budget. Examples of reusable products you can purchase for your restaurant: hand towels, coffee filters, trays, linens, utensils, mugs, dishes, and much more!
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Dumpsters.com Aug 29
Find out where to source eco-friendly kitchen products from
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Green Restaurant Association Aug 28
Looking to switch to green disposables or reusables at your restaurant? Check out our newest blog for some tips on how to transition to more sustainable disposable products.
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Green Restaurant Association Aug 24
Tofu teriyaki burrito from , which has 9 Certified Green Restaurant® locations in Boston!
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Green Restaurant Association Aug 24
Learn more about Erin Chalkley, the Construction & Development Project Manager , and why she got nominated for this year's Green Restaurant Awards.
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