Sustainable Pittsburgh is now accepting registrations for its 2016 Green Workplace Challenge that enables businesses to receive recognition for their sustainable actions and achievements.
The Challenge includes measurable and verifiable actions for businesses and property owners to implement, which results in earning points.
The GWC steps beyond national trendsetters in enabling businesses to actively track and receive credit and verification for their green actions in a safe and secure environment. Because the GWC involves the transfer of potentially sensitive information, all company data remain confidential.
Many businesses rent rather than own their offices or buildings, but we encourage and offer points to those who rent and work to access their utility data. Both business and property manager participants can track their current point totals using the GWC leaderboard, which appears on the competition website and is updated monthly.
In order to give GWC participants adequate time to establish an energy usage baseline, implement actions, and make significant changes, the challenge will run for 13 months, starting in June of 2016.
It concludes with participants being recognized for their efforts at an awards ceremony in September of 2017.
Click Here to register for the 2016 Challenge.
The Pittsburgh Green Workplace Challenge is an initiative of Sustainable Pittsburgh’s Business Climate Coalition, comprised of a 22-member steering committee representing a cross section of Pittsburgh’s business community.
Sustainable Pittsburgh is a nonprofit organization that affects decision-making in the Pittsburgh region to integrate economic prosperity, social equity, and environmental quality bringing sustainable solutions to communities and businesses.