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Green Business

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The City of Dunedin encourages businesses, residents, and organizations to incorporate sustainability into their lifestyles and operations. 

Businesses in Dunedin can create impacts that affect the entire community. Being a coastal City brings more responsibility in terms of reducing greenhouse gases, reducing waste, increasing the local economy, and creating a more inclusive community. 

Know of a business, employee, or resident who goes above and beyond to incorporate sustainability into their day-to-day actions?

Nominate them!

The City of Dunedin and Committee on Environmental Quality would like to recognize individuals, businesses, and organizations that are green.  Annual Dunedin Green Scene Environmental Advocate Award Nomination

Sponsored by the City of Dunedin GREEN SCENE                 

April 16, 2020 – The winner of the Award will be recognized during the regular Dunedin Commission Meeting as part of Earth Day Festivities. The award presentation scheduled for the April 16th Commission Meeting has been POSTPONED until further notice. 

Where should the nominations be submitted?  Natalie Gass, City of Dunedin Solid Waste & Recycling, 1070 Virginia Street, Dunedin, FL  34698 or submit the nomination online.

Who is the contact for questions? Contact Dunedin Sustainability Coordinator, Natalie Gass, at nhenley@dunedinfl.net or 727-298-3215 ext. 1324 if you have any questions.to 

Green Businesses impact the community, economy, and natural world. 

Focusing on the Triple Bottom Line: Social, Environmental, Economic (or People, Planet, Profit) creates a cohesive approach for a sustainable future. 

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Contact Natalie Gass to learn more about the
Dunedin Green Scene and how you can get involved. 

727-298-3215  x1324

NGass@DunedinFL.Net

 

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