The Maryland Green Registry is a voluntary program offering tips and resources for greening your facility as well as the opportunity to share your environmental successes with others. Download the application by clicking the button below. There is no cost to join.
- The posting of your environmental profile, as approved by you, on the Maryland Green Registry website
- Use of the Maryland Green Registry logo on promotional materials
- Maryland Green Registry window decal for display at your facility
- Free technical and informational assistance to help you implement new environmental best practices
- Information about upcoming webinars and conferences
- Annual contests and prize drawings
- Access to the Maryland Green Registry group on LinkedIn
- Eligibility for annual Maryland Green Registry Leadership Awards
- Implement and share information on at least five environmental practices.
- Provide at least one quantitative result from these practices. (Example: kilowatt hours of electricity conserved.)
- Strive to continually improve your environmental performance.
- Update your membership profile at least every three years.
After you submit a completed application, you’ll receive notification that you've met the Maryland Green Registry requirements and your profile will be posted to the website. While we ask that you share at least one quantitative measure, we hope that you’ll share many more so that your successes can help inspire others.
Members are encouraged to update their online profile whenever they have new information to share, but must provide updates at least every three years in order to remain on the list.
Marinas, boatyards, yacht clubs, and other marine facilities are encouraged to apply first to the Maryland Clean Marina Certification Program before joining the Maryland Green Registry.
The Clean Marina program, managed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, provides specialized support and recognition to marinas on meeting legal environmental requirements as well as the adoption of voluntary pollution prevention practices. Visit the list of certified marinas to learn more about the practices they have in place.