Working Toward a Sustainable Maryland

The Maryland Green Registry is a free, voluntary program offering tips and resources to help businesses and other organizations set and meet their own goals on the path to sustainability. Collectively, Maryland Green Registry members have reported saving over $76 million annually through the proven, practical measures they have shared in their online member profiles.

Become a member in three easy steps!

  1. Go to the Join Here page to download the member profile form.
  2. Share information on at least five environmental practices in place at your facility.
  3. Provide a measurable result related to at least one of these practices.

 Collect your membership benefits:

  • Increased visibility of your organization’s environmental efforts through the Maryland Green Registry website and use of the Maryland Green Registry logo.
  • Free information and technical assistance on implementing new environmental best practices.
  • Information on webinars and conferences to help you continue your greening efforts.
  • Recognition and eligibility for the annual Maryland Green Registry Leadership Awards.

Whether you’re just getting started in greening your facility or are looking to push your environmental program to the next level, join the Maryland Green Registry to demonstrate your commitment to a strong, proactive approach to environmental management.


The Mar​yland Green Registry is...

  • Free:
    There is no cost to join. Simply create a member profile sharing your environmental best practices.
  • Flexible:
    You choose the activities that make the most sense for your organization.
  • Inclusive:
    The Maryland Green Registry is open to organizations and facilities of all types and sizes in both owned and leased space.
  • Interactive:
    Learn here what other Maryland Green Registry members are doing to reduce their environmental impacts and receive staff support on checklist measures.

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