Green Restaurant Association

Green Restaurant Association

http://www.dinegreen.com/

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The GRA's model provides a convenient way for all sectors of the restaurant industry, which represents 10% of the U.S. economy, to become more environmentally sustainable. The GRA utilizes a collaborative strategy that involves restaurants, manufacturers, vendors, grassroots organizations, government, media, and restaurant customers. Certified restaurants must meet the following standards: 1. Use a comprehensive recycling system for all products that are accepted by local recycling companies. 2. Free of polystyrene foam ("Styrofoam") products. 3. Commit to completing four Environmental Steps per year of membership. 4. Complete at least one Environmental Step after joining the GRA.

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