Monarch Kitchen and Bath Centre is pleased to announce that we have once again been recognized for our sustainable business practices. On Monday, April 23, 2012, Monarch designer Sarah Overholt visited the office of Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade and accepted the Eco-Business Level III award on Monarch's behalf.
|Sarah Overholt, Monarch Kitchen & Bath Centre (centre, left) and Don Terry, OPG (centre, right)|
are presented with an Eco-Business Level III certificate from the Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade.
From the Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade:
"The Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade (APBOT) officially launched Level III of their Eco Business Program at the APBOT Offices today. The release of the Level III Checklist marks the third and final step in the Board's Award Winning Eco Business Program. Companies that have completed Levels I and II of the program are eligible to submit their Level III checklist and certificates are granted to companies that achieve compliance with 80% or higher on the checklist
"It is fitting to launch this third and final Level of our Eco Business Program here on April 23rd, the work day closest to Earth Day which was celebrated around the Globe yesterday," said 2012 Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade President Gary Strange of First Durham Insurance and Financial. "As a long standing member and former chair of the Eco Business Advisory Committee, it is with no small degree of pride that we take this next step."
The special launch event was attended by many local dignitaries including Mayor Steve Parish and Councillor Joanne Dies of Ajax, Mayor Dave Ryan of Pickering and Peter Bashaw representing the office of Corneliu Chisu, MP for Pickering Scarborough East. Mayors Parish and Ryan brought greetings and words of congratulations to the Board of Trade.
Level III certificates were presented to Don Terry representing Ontario Power Generation and Sarah Overholt representing Monarch Kitchen & Bath Centre."