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GXT Green 2014 Earth Day Honor Roll Champions
GXT Green is proud to announce 3 Champions and 9 finalists for our annual Earth Day Honor Roll Recognition.
Every year, in celebration of Earth Day, GXT Green recognizes organizations that have made significant contributions to sustainability efforts in their individual companies, their communities, or to the global community. For 2014, we have selected 3 champions from a field of 9 finalists.  We thank you for all of the nominees who were submitted. Although we can't recognize them all here, we appreciate everything they do.  All individuals who nominated candidates in 2014 also received a free WheelSeal Medallion for their car, which indicates that GXT Green has offset the carbon footprint of their vehicle for the year.

For 2014, The GXT Green Honor Roll, nominations were open to companies, individuals, worldwide town, county, and state government and public agencies, and environmental organizations.

The 2014 GXT Green Honor Roll Champions Include: In Addition, The Following Companies and Individuals Were Selected From Nominees as Finalists:
  • Blue Ocean Innovative Solutions: For evangelizing an alternative to plastic bags and other sustainable solutions to Wal-Mart.
  • Debra A. Boronski, President of the Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce: For orchestrating solutions to improve the Massachusetts economy with a focus on clean tech and sustainable manufacturing.
  • Expressway Toyota: For developing local programs that expand on Toyota's initiatives to mitigate carbon pollution from vehicles.
  • Austin Foam Plastics: For adopting new solutions for packaging, including zero waste solutions, as a sustainable alternative Expanded Polystyrene and similar products (i.e Styrofoam).
  • Get-it-Going: For organizing efforts to clean up the environment and promote sustainable solutions.
  • Heather Smith, 6th Grade Teacher at the Central Gaither School, Yuba City California: For promoting sustainability education to her 6th grade science class.
We are pleased to see the continued progress and sustainable behavior ofrom so many companies and individuals over the past year.

You can view previous Honor Roll Winners by following the links below: