Genability a San Francisco Green Business


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At the end of January, Genability was honored at the eighth annual San Francisco Green Business Awards ceremony, in recognition of our official status as a San Francisco Green Business.


See pictures from the awards event here!

Becoming a SF Green Business means taking action to conserve resources, prevent pollution, minimize waste, and comply with environmental regulations.  One task that still seems to perplex employees is what items can be recycled, composted, or tossed in the landfill.  Even with signage clearly posted, it is not an uncommon sight to see me digging in the bins to put things in the right receptacle. It’s a dirty job, but Genability is committed to doing it.


The SF Green Business program is comprised of three city agencies: SF Environment, San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission tasked with helping San Francisco businesses adopt environmental practices that are sustainable as well as profitable. The SF Green Business Program is also a member of the Bay Area Green Business Program and the California Green Business Network. Genability was one of 56 recognized Businesses of 2013.

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