EnviroStars is a free, one-stop hub for Washington businesses to get information, assistance, free resources and recognition for actions that protect the environment and employee health and safety. Watch our video to learn more.
EnviroStars can help your business:
- Identify practices to save energy and water, and potentially reduce your utility costs
- Access free resources from local government, including free recycling bins for your office areas and free spill kits to clean up spills in your business or oil leaks in your parking lot
- Access rebates for facility upgrades from utilities
- Protect Lake Washington and reduce your environmental impact
- Reach new customers through local and regional marketing campaigns and the EnviroStars online green business directory
- Be recognized as a green leader in our community
Download an EnviroStars postcard (pdf, 230kb) for Kirkland businesses.
Visit EnviroStars.org to find incentives, rebates and resources or register to start the process of becoming a recognized EnviroStars business. The program is open to businesses of any type or size, and is especially designed to help small businesses and businesses owned by people of color and women.
The City of Kirkland can help connect your business with resources and get your business recognized – contact our Recycling Hotline at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-587-3812 for assistance.
For free multilingual assistance, call the EnviroStars Hotline at 1-877-220-7827 (Spanish / Español, Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt, Mandarin / 官话, Russian / ру́сский язы́к, Tagalog, Korean / 한국어, Amharic / አማርኛ, Somali / ˜اَف صَومالي).
Businesses that join EnviroStars receive marketing benefits through the program. The more green actions your business takes, the more marketing benefits you receive. See our marketing benefits flyer (pdf, 540kb)
The EnviroStars green business program assists with all aspects of sustainable business operations, including recycling and waste reduction, stormwater, energy use, water conservation, transportation and hazardous waste. It is led by a coalition of Washington utilities, cities and counties, including Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond, and Seattle, and advised by a diverse volunteer business committee.
Consumers can find local green businesses to support on the EnviroStars.org directory.