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Join hundreds of Miami Valley businesses and organizations to reduce your environmental impact, save on energy and resources, and
green your business
Create an Account
Starting is easy!
Register your business and answer some back question about your facility.
We made it easy for you, you can add other users and invite them to assist in the application through this platform!
Green Checklist
Other than a few mandatory requirements, the checklist is designed to provide you with the flexibility to pursue a wide variety of measures. It can be saved so you don't have to complete it all at once. You can view the checklist here to know what is involved before you start.
Submit Your Application
That's it, you're done! Submit your application online and receive a confirmation email. We will get back to you within 4 weeks. The first time application, which is valid for two years, is FREE. After that, there is a $50 recertification fee to continue your access to the program benefits.
Questions? Email us at drg3@mcohio.org

Progress & Fun
Once you're Green Certified, you will have private access to online tracking tools to easily benchmark and track your progress. You will also be able to Bring Your Green (BYG) challenges throughout the year and see how you stack up against your peers for cash prizes.
Celebrate
Join us at the Awards Ceremony to celebrate what we were able to accomplish together. Food, cash prizes, and good company!
A Few Certified Businesses

City Of Bellbrook


City of Dayton - WS&T

The Department of Water provides high quality, potable water, wastewater treatment, and storm water services which meet or exceed all regulatory requirements and community environmental concerns in the most cost-effective manner for the health, safety, welfare, and economic stability of the community. The Department manages the City's water infrastructure, supply, treatment, distribution, sewer system, reclamation, and environmental efforts.

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission

Established in 1964, the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission promotes collaboration among communities, stakeholders, and residents to advance regional priorities. MVRPC is a forum and resource where the Board of Directors identifies priorities, develops public policy and collaborative strategies to improve quality of life throughout the Miami Valley Region.