Employee Receives Green Advantage Certified
Posted by nahetsblog on June 23, 2010
Matt Klabacka passed his "Green Advantage" Certification and received this notice from Green Advantage.
Congratulations on becoming Green Advantage® Commercial Certified! Your contact information is now listed on the Green Advantage website, and you will soon be receiving a Certificate in the mail. Please verify your contact information on the Green Advantage Website and send any change requests to Lisa.
For your information, the USGBC has approved a LEED Innovation Credit for projects that have a sufficient percentage of their contractor/subcontractor building force Green Advantage Certified at the time of construction. You can learn more about this on the Green Advantage website here.
Now that you are Green Advantage Certified, we encourage you to submit your “green tips and best practices” for inclusion in the Green Advantage Newsletter –"GreenLight". If selected for publication, your name and business contact information will be listed along with your photo, if included. You can also submit information on and photographs of exemplary green projects you are involved with to be considered for the GreenLight “Practitioner Spotlight” feature. We strongly encourage you to participate in this opportunity to share your ideas and expertise with the general public as well as other building-related practitioners.
Again, congratulations on your successfully passing the Green Advantage Commercial Exam and becoming certified. As a Green Advantage Certified Practitioner, you are able to utilize the GA signifier after your name on your business card, following your name on your stationary or after your name on other marketing materials such as website listings, exhibitor or presenter information, etc. In addition, you can use the GA logo on your business card. I am attaching a sample of the camera ready signifier and logo for your use.
YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE THE ATTACHED CAMERA READY MARKS AND LOGO. HOWEVER, GREEN ADVANTAGE LOGO AND MARKS CAN ONLY BE USED IN THE MANNER DESCRIBED IN THE TERMS OF USAGE BELOW.
Grady O’Rear LEED-AP