March 24, 2017 – CeraNet was awarded the City of Columbus, GreenSpotLight award by the Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and Columbus City Councilmember Elizabeth Brown. The GreenSpotLight awards are presented to leading businesses that demonstrate exemplary environmental performance. CeraNet worked with clients, local public utilities, and government organizations to discover more energy efficient solutions that upgrade computing systems, reduce costs, and minimize the environmental impact.
“For those businesses and households looking to go green, look no further than GreenSpot,” said Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther. “Organizations like our award winners, use GreenSpot’s strong framework to adopt sustainable practices. They are contributing to make Columbus a beautiful, healthy, and prosperous city.” Columbus Councilmember Elizabeth Brown, chair of the Council Environment Committee, recognizes these businesses for their sustainability efforts, adding “The GreenSpotLight winners demonstrate that being sustainable is good for our community, good for the environment, and good for business.”
The Columbus GreenSpot program inspires, educates, and recognizes households and businesses that adopt sustainable actions in the areas of conserving and protecting water, conserving energy, and reducing waste. There are more than 15,000 GreenSpot members and it is a free program to join at https://www.columbus.gov/greenspot/