Green Kitchen Certification Launched
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Food Service Warehouse (FSW), an online retailer of commercial kitchen equipment, has announced a green commercial kitchen certification program. The program uses a point system organized into five areas: energy conservation, water conservation, waste reduction, cleaning, and education. Except for the education category, most points are obtained by buying products designated as meeting FSW’s environmental requirements based on third-party testing and certifications.
While it is not necessary to buy anything from FSW to be certified as a Green Commercial Kitchen, the company’s catalog is integrated into the Web-based certification process. Restaurants with certified kitchens will receive table tents, menu inserts, and other promotional items to publicize their certification. For more information, visit.
Wilmeth, M. (2008, September 24). Green Kitchen Certification Launched. Retrieved from https://www.buildinggreen.com/newsbrief/green-kitchen-certification-launched