Green power is renewable energy made from local resources that are naturally replenishable, like sunlight, water and wind. Green power is within reach for all of us when you enroll in a renewable program at Puget Sound Energy. Participating in one of PSE's renewables programs is also a great way to boost your efforts as [...]
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Recipients of the Thurston Green Business recognition program were announced at the Chamber’s Annual Thurston Green Business Awards & EXPO Forum on Wednesday, April 10 at the Hotel RL Olympia. The event’s keynote speaker was Rachael Taylor-Tuller, owner of Lost Peacock Creamery. Rachael shared a moving story of growing Lost Peacock Creamery, a Grade A [...]
Close to 100 businesses applied for a Thurston Green designation this year and the community will celebrate them at the Chamber's April Forum on Wednesday, April 10 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hotel RL Olympia. The luncheon will include a keynote address by Rachael Taylor-Tuller, owner of Lost Peacock Creamery. Rachael will share the story [...]
Hello Fellow Green Business! My name is Toby Dubes, and I am the Commercial Liaison for South Sound Solar. I am the Hub Committee Lead for the Northwest Green Home Tour on 5/4, Olympia/South Sound Area, and 5/5/19, Seattle Area. This event is 100% FREE to the public! I want to invite you to participate in [...]
South Sound Solar is pleased to announce a new division, Sustainable Electric. With the same dedication to customer service as South Sound Solar, Sustainable Electric offers full service electrical for residential and commercial properties, including; New circuits and repairs Service Upgrades and panel replacement Smart Lighting and controls Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers Heat pump water heaters [...]
For many people, vanpooling is a cost-effective and convenient commute alternative to driving alone to work. It also lowers carbon emissions so is a greener commute alternative. Carbon emissions contribute to global warming, which endangers our health and safety, and threatens our planet. So why don’t more people vanpool? “Our community could solve a lot [...]
The Thurston Green Business designation program has a mission of connecting and celebrating sustainable businesses and organizations in Thurston County and enhancing the overall environmental and economic health of our community. Briefly, the program recognizes businesses that take steps to be green and save money while protecting and preserving resources. Saving energy and water, while [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEW DOWNTOWN GARBAGE COMPACTOR Date of Release: December 3, 2018 [...]
Thanks to the hard work of local Boy Scout troops, the residents of Lacey don't have to worry about disposing of their Christmas trees after the holidays. Now in its seventh year, the Scout's "Tree Round-Up" service project provides curbside pickup of trees in Lacey city limits. If you live within Lacey city limits, Boy [...]
We are proud to celebrate area businesses and organizations that practice sustainability. Olympia Nissan has taken several measures in its service department to reduce waste and practice sustainability. Recycled Items Include: Oil and all Oil based fluids Oil Filters Tires Antifreeze Cardboard Scrap Metal Batteries Reused Items Include: Shop Rags Fender covers Core parts sent [...]