The Huntington Beach Sustainable Business Certification Program, a part of California Green Business Network, hopes to promote and achieve a healthier and cleaner environment by helping businesses integrate environmental responsibility into their operations in a manner that is sustainable as well as profitable. Sustainable business practices promote not only healthy environments, but also healthy communities which are the lifeblood of successful businesses.
Environmental regulations in California are changing, be one step ahead of new laws while cutting costs in water, energy, waste and pollution reduction and taking advantage of various benefits such as:
For more information on the program or to get involved, please contact the program coordinator, Debra Jubinsky at [email protected] or (714) 374-5321.
Founded in 1993, Primal Elements is dedicated to providing the highest quality bath and skin care products and committed to protecting the environment and using renewable sources. Primal Elements bath and body care products are high quality, effective, and are based on caring, sound environmental practices. Products are packaged in recyclable containers and customers are encouraged to reuse or recycle them. The company took an early initiative and was one of the first businesses to become a "Huntington Beach Sustainable Business", they have featured their certification on HSN, Tory Johnson, LA Travel Magazine, and always make sure to inform their customers.
According to Primal Elements, the Sustainable Business Certification has helped with business. "Our customers love hearing we are environmentally friendly and conscious. Our sales have increased because we think that our customers like seeing we care about our world. The City has really helped us on this one."
Discover more about Primal Elements and their products at: www.primalelements.com
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