Green Depot San Francisco a Certified Green Business!

July 6th, 2011 | Posted by tjones in Current Events | Green Building

Exciting news for us here at Green Depot: our San Francisco location has been officially certified as green by SF Green Business!

SF Green Business is an area organization comprised of three city agencies: SF Environment, the San Francisco Department of Health, and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.  According to their mission statement, the organization not only certifies businesses, but “helps San Francisco business adopt environmental practices that are sustainable as well as profitable.”  They achieve this mission “by setting stringent criteria, providing technical assistance, and publicly recognizing and promotion Green Businesses with a seal that enables customers to shop in keeping with their values.”  To read more about SF Green Business, click here.

Our San Francisco location is one of our most ambitious locations. It isn’t designed solely to move product – it’s designed to fit the way people shop for building materials, and functions as a resource center, providing a space where San Franciscans can explore green building materials and brainstorm in a creative space.

The SF showroom is conveniently located at the corner of 9th & Bryant—easily accessible from I-80 and HWY 101. Our location is also within an easy walk of MUNI and BART stations, just a few blocks away on Market St. We also offer free parking in our lot off Bryant St.  Click here to find directions to this location.

For green building materials, like eco insulation, as well as many other green products for a sustainable lifestyle, visit http://www.greendepot.com.

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