Our team of green experts will work hands-on with your company, residence or project team to guide it to meeting serious green practices and industry standards.
The LEED certification is great for new buildings and renovations. However, it can be very costly for existing businesses.
Therefore, Amaris International, LLC is the perfect solution for helping existing businesses that are not LEED certified become green certified by earning a nationally recognized green building certification through the nation’s largest and most reputable green consulting organization and business network – The Green Business League.
Undoubtedly, you have already seen a few websites that will list you as a Green Business for a few hundred dollars and a promise to follow their generalized Ten Green Principles. These are scams that are a disservice to the need for serious action by businesses everywhere.
Businesses use 39% of our energy consumption, which includes 71% of the electricity. They emit 39% of the C02 gases, produce over 30% of the waste into landfills. They also use 12% of the potable water and 30% of all raw products.
It doesn't matter if you rent, lease or own your facility. Changes in the operation of the company are intensely important. Our Green Management Guide offers a step-by-step guide to affordable changes applicable to any business. If you earn 100 points by voluntary changes in your operation, you will actually "Earn, not Buy" your Green Business Certification.
The Green Business League certification demonstrates your knowledge of the green industry and environmental awareness and shows your commitment to the community as a green leader.
Additional perks of earning a national GBL green business certification are as follows:
• National and local recognition as a certified green business, supplier and leader in the environmental sustainability community
• Included in world-wide green certified business directory
• Continuous Green Consultant™ services and guidance throughout the year on a month-to-month basis
• Continuing education through monthly industry newsletter – the “Green Management Guide”, which keeps businesses and consultants informed of the latest green trends and fosters awareness
To learn more about the Green Business League, please visit www.greenbusinessleague.com.