Westchester County

Westchester Green Business Challenge

Westchester Green Business ChallengeFirst launched in 2009 by Westchester County in partnership with The Business Council of Westchester, the Westchester Green Business Challenge (WGBC) is an award-winning public-private partnership (501c3 nonprofit) designed to move companies down the path toward environmental sustainability while improving performance and saving money. To date the program has grown to include over 275 Westchester-based companies.

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WGB-Certified Launched
WGB-Certified provides members with enhanced tools, training and support to develop and implement a formal program for environmental sustainability that delivers value and measurable results. Eight companies have already registered for the pilot program set to start in Jan. 2014. Learn more

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WGBC Sponsorship Opportunities
Gain valuable recognition for your business by becoming a Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze or Event Sponsor of the WGBC. Sponsor the upcoming 2014 Annual Recognition Event or host an educaional webinar on the topic of your choice. Learn more
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Presentations & Video
Access the WGBC's comprehensive library of archived videos and presentations from all educational events since 2009. Check back often as resources are being added on a regular basis.  
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Scorecard
A web-based scorecard has been developed for participants in the Westchester Green Business Challenge. Sign in to use this tool to establish your company's baseline and get linked to targeted resources which will help you reach top tier performance.Learn More
 
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Green Business Case Studies
Companies of all sizes and industries across Westchester County are taking steps to reduce their carbon footprint by greening internal operations, rethinking the way they use energy, and keeping the environment in mind on an ongoing basis. Learn More