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Sustainability at Work offers comprehensive, free resources for any Portland organization looking to create a more sustainable work environment.

Our team of Sustainability Advisors is backed by the resources of the City and its expert partners and provide expertise in water, energy, transportation waste, and social sustainability.

We'll work with you to understand the needs of your organization, help identify your sustainability goals and support you at every step of the way. Together, we'll identify opportunities to manage your resources while building relationships with your customers, employees, partners, suppliers, your neighborhood and the local community.
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What practices is your workplace already engaged in, and where do you want to go from here?

Use our checklists to easily evaluate your current sustainability efforts and to identify additional areas of opportunity:

See what actions Portland organizations are taking toward sustainability.

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NW Natural - Silver Certification

NW Natural has a strong alternative transportation program that includes providing free TriMet passes to employees and providing showers and secure bike parking for riders. They're also reducing daily energy use, increasing recycling and composting as well as replacing older appliances with Energy Star equipment. Learn more.

SRG Partnership - Silver Certification

Congratulations to SRG Partnership, Inc. Their commitment to sustainability is evident in their architectural, planning and design work as well as in their own offices. Learn more.

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Brought to you in partnership by the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, Water Bureau, Bureau of Environmental Services, Bureau of Transportation, Metro, Portland Development Commission, Portland General Electric, Pacific Power and the Energy Trust of Oregon.

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