Become a Green Restaurant


WELCOME TO GREENING RESTAURANT PROGRAM!

Downtown Bethesda

Bethesda, MD is a unique area located just outside the nation’s capital of Washington, DC. Home to nearly two hundred diverse and delicious restaurants, it seemed only natural to launch a greening restaurant program right outside our office door!

This page is devoted to helping local area restaurants green their business practices and create a more sustainable way to serve healthy, delicious and top quality food to the surrounding community. This program launched in June 2013 in the hope that it can be replicated as a model for other cities and towns working towards lowering their carbon footprint and creating a more sustainable community to live, work, play and EAT!

LET’S GET STARTED!

STEP 1: Download 10 Easy Ways to Green Your Restaurant pamphlet to get started.

Greening Restuarant Fork

STEP 2: Choose a topic area of interest and follow the provided links below to learn more about a particular area of greening your restaurant.

 

STEP 3: Contact Sharon D’Emidio at sharon@bethesdagreen.org and let us help you make your restaurant greener.

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Sponsors

Champion

Capital One Bank
Honest Tea

Leader

The Bernstein Companies
Chevy Chase Acura Nissan
Cohn Reznick Group
Consultance Accounting Services
LetterSpace Creative
MOM's Organic Market

See Complete list of Sponsors >>

Bethesda Green
located on the second floor of the Capital One Bank Branch
4825 Cordell Avenue, Suite 200, Bethesda, Maryland 20814
phone: 240-396-2440
info@bethesdagreen.org   volunteer@bethesdagreen.org
Bethesda Green: We are a public-private partnership that promotes sustainable growth and sustainable living practices. Bethesda Green brings together business, government and the community to create a dynamic model of sustainable living right here in Bethesda, Maryland. Bethesda Green created the first green business incubator in Montgomery County and we help individuals lead greener lives as well.
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