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partners for clean air Business Recognition

The Northwest Clean Air Agency is proud to recognize businesses in Island, Skagit and Whatcom counties that are working to reduce emissions and improve air quality in our communities.

Businesses can participate in the Partners for Clean Air business recognition program by submitting a Partners for Clean Air program application form to our agency. To receive recognition, businesses must meet the criteria below. Each award level builds on the one before it.

 

Silver

  • The facility has not received a notice of violation or correction action notice from NWCAA in the past three years.
  • All required reports are completed and submitted on time.
  • All fees are paid to NWCAA on time.

 

Businesses that meet the above criteria and submit their application form will receive a Partners for Clean Air – Silver window decal, and NWCAA will announce their award.

 

Gold

The business qualifies for Silver, plus it implemented clean air practices during the last three years in at least two of the following four pollution prevention categories:

 

  • Energy efficiency –lighting, heating/cooling, water heating, equipment, combustion
  • Emissions reductions - process changes, material substitution, etc.
  • Sector specific – air pollution prevention practices related to your specific business sector (gas stations, boilers, dry cleaners, surface coaters, etc.)
  • Transportation - trip reduction, no-idle policies, cleaner fleets, diesel retrofits, etc.

Businesses that meet the above criteria and submit an application form will receive a Partners for Clean Air – Gold window decal, and the Northwest Clean Air Agency will announce their award.

 

Platinum

Businesses that qualify for Gold status can request to be considered for the Platinum award.

NWCAA staff awards Platinum to the business that has gone above and beyond regulatory requirements to improve air quality.


The business that wins this award will receive a Partners for Clean Air – Platinum window decal and a plaque presented at our Board of Directors meeting. NWCAA also will announce the award.

Partners for Clean Air awards

 

Join us for our 2014 awards presentation during our Board of Directors meeting, 1:30 p.m., March 13, 1600 S. 2nd Street, Mount Vernon.

 

Read the news release.

 

2014 Platinum Award (link to details):

 

  • Trident Seafoods Anacortes

 

(From left) Trident Seafoods Anacortes plant manager Tim Martinez and facilities manager Jeff Johnson accept the Partners for Clean Air Platinum Award from NWCAA executive director Mark Asmundson and NWCAA inspector Rebecca Brown.

-- Photo by Michele Eva Armstrong

 

 

2014 Gold Award (link to details):

  • Crazy Dazy No. 9, Blaine
  • Chemtrade Sulex, Mount Vernon
  • Sugiyo U.S.A., Anacortes
  • City of Anacortes Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • Oak Harbor School District
  • Safe Harbor Funeral Service, Blaine
  • Fairhaven Shipyard, Bellingham

2014 Silver Award (link to winners list)

 


 

 

2012-13 Platinum Award:

 

  • PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center

     

Luis Gonzales from PeaceHealth accepting the Platinum Award plaque from Mark Asmundson, NWCAA

executive director.

-- Photo by Michele Eva Armstrong

 

2012-13 Gold Award:

 

  • Cedarprime
  • Commercial Aircraft Interiors
  • Concrete Norwest in Oak Harbor, Siper Road Pit, and March Point
  • Granite Precasting & Concrete
  • Olsen Auto Body & Collision
  • Pulgia Engineering dba Fairhaven Shipyard
  • Skagit Grand Central Collision Repair
  • Teal-Jones Lumber Services,
  • Trident Seafoods

 

2012-13 Silver Award recipients


2011-12 Platinum Award:

 

  • Granite Precasting & Concrete

 

2011-12 Gold Award:

 

  • City of Anacortes Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • Dally's Auto Body
  • Granite Construction Company
  • Granite Construction Company - Singer Asphalt Plant
  • Nylatech Inc.
  • Rothenbuhler Engineering
  • Tony's Coffees & Teas, Inc.
  • Turner Enterprises, Inc. DBA Burlington Collision

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