Green Certifications

Green Certification Programs at the University of Washington are recognition programs intended to reduce the environmental impact of various spaces across campus by educating students, faculty, and staff about sustainable practices. The programs provide an evaluation framework with resources to implement the practices within their spaces, in alignment with strategies laid out in the UW Climate Action Plan.                    

logo of green office certificationGreen Office Certification Program

The Green Office Certification Program recognizes offices that implement sustainable practices and behaviors within their unit. The certification is based on work place practices in action areas such as energy conservation, green meetings, paper conservation, publications and marketing communications, purchasing, waste diversion, transportation, and more.

Green Laboratory Certification Programlogo of green lab certification

The Green Laboratory Certification Program recognizes laboratories at UW that operate and behave sustainably within their laboratory space. The certification is based on laboratory practices involving action areas such as energy usage, communication, waste, chemical usage, water usage, work-related travel, and more.

Green Room Certification Program

UW Bothell has just brought the Green Room Certification Program to Husky Village! The SEED Green Endorsement Program has been adapted to also recognize the great stewardship that many of our residents are practicing as members of our residential communities.

biology lab holding green lab certificateGo green today

The UWB Sustainability Office will provide a certificate of achievement and two free bags of coffee to all UWB Offices and Labs who achieve a green certification!

Visit the UW Sustainability website to learn more about the Green Certification Pages.