General

General

  • 3rd Stone Design
    3rd Stone Design is a product development firm specializing in consumer and medical products and devices that promote the health of people and the planet. They engage in the design and development of consumer, medical, and renewable energy products directly, through the sale of their own products, in joint development programs with research and non-governmental organizations, and by providing consulting services to domestic and international partners. external link
  • AAA Printing
    Have materials printed locally at AAA Printing. external link
  • ACCO Brands
    ACCO Brands provides recycled office products (i.e. recycled paper clips). They are Forest Stewardship Council Chain of Custody certified, Sustainable Forestry Initiative Chain of Custody certified and Sustainable Forestry Initiative Certified Sourcing certified. external link
  • Bastyr Dispensary
    Bastyr Dispensary carries a growing selection of natural products including: vitamin, mineral, and herbal supplements; natural cosmetics and skin care products; natural cleaning products; clothing; and gift items. external link
  • Buy Green
    Buy Green is a sustainable business that provides customers with green, eco-friendly alternatives to products used in the home and business. Products offered on their website include those for the office, the home, and for building.  external link
  • Calepino
    Calepino sells notebooks that are handmade from 100% recycled paper, do not contain any dangerous substances, and are printed with vegetable inks. external link
  • Cartridge World
    Cartridge World is the global leader in selling eco-friendly ink and toner printer cartridges. The company also emphasizes recycling. external link
  • Celle Chair
    The Celle Chair was designed by Jerome Caruso. It is 98% recyclable; 30% of its materials came from recycled materials. external link
  • Coop Directory Service
    The Coop Directory Service provides people with information about natural food co-ops. external link
  • Cornucopia Institute
    The Cornucopia Institute educates consumers, family farmers, the media, etc. about ecological principles and sustainable and organic agriculture. The institute compiles comprehensive reports, scorecards, and buyer's guides about certain foods (such as eggs, yogurt, cereal, etc.). external link
  • Eartheasy
    Eartheasy is a family business focused on helping people to improve their quality of life by offering information and products for sustainable living. Eartheasy is partnered with Trees for the Future Foundation and EPA WaterSense, they are a Sierra Club Green Home member and a member of Green America, and are Carbon Balanced by TerraPass. external link
  • Eat Well Guide
    The Eat Well Guide provides people with information about fresh, locally grown and sustainably produced food in the United States and Canada. The Guide's thousands of listings include family farms, restaurants, farmer’s markets, grocery stores, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, U-pick orchards and more. external link
  • Eat Wild
    Eat Wild has collected information on over 1,000 farms in order to provide people with grass-fed meat and dairy products in the United States and Canada. Products include: Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal, Goat, Elk, Venison, Yak, Chickens, Ducks, Rabbits, Turkeys, Eggs, Milk, Cheeses, Wild-Caught Salmon and more! external link
  • Ecojot
    Ecojot is an eco-friendly stationery company committed to giving back to children in need for literacy. Their products include a variety of journals, sketchbooks, calendars and note cards made from 100% post-consumer recycled, chlorine free paper, vegetable inks and adhesives. external link
  • Ecolife
    Ecolife is an online resource of hundreds of ways to “green” your everyday life. Whether you are seeking the low-down on dirty disposable diapers or need advice on how to make your next vacation green, ecolife aims to be the answer to just about any question you may have. external link
  • Environmental Working Group
    The Environmental Working Group’s mission is to conduct original, game-changing research that inspires people, businesses and governments to take action to protect human health and the environment. external link
  • Environmental Working Group's Food Score Database
    The Environmental Working Group's Food Score Database is the first easily searchable database of (nearly 16,000) processed food and drinks packaged in materials that may contain the hormone-disrupting chemical bisphenol A, or BPA. external link
  • Environmental Working Group's Guide to Healthy Cleaning
    The Environmental Working Group's Guide to Healthy Cleaning gives you practical solutions to protect yourself and your family from everyday exposures to potentially harmful chemicals. EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning provides you with easy-to-navigate safety ratings for a wide range of cleaners and ingredients. external link
  • Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Database
    The Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Database gives you practical solutions to protect yourself and your family from everyday exposures to chemicals. EWG's Skin Deep database provides you with useful information (such as potential hazards and health concerns) and easy-to-navigate ratings for a wide range of cosmetics and personal care products on the market. external link
  • EnviroStars Certified Business Directory
    EnviroStars Certified Business Directory reviews businesses on how responsibly they manage local hazardous waste. This local certification program gives goals for businesses to work towards in operating sustainably. There is a list of over 700 certified businesses on the website that you can trust to handle their waste in an environmentally-conscious manner. external link
  • GirlieGirl Army
    GirlieGirl Army is your Glamazon Guide to Green Living, an online destination and community that gives you tips on fashion, food, and fun- in the greenest way possible! external link
  • Grain Design
    Grain Design is a full service design consultancy and studio that offers expertise in research, strategy and design for companies interested in uniting sustainability and business through design. Green Design products are created as sustainably as possible in the Pacific Northwest or in collaboration with artisan communities in Guatemala. We especially recommend Grain’s best-selling product, Ty, a recyclable, D.I.Y. shower curtain that does not off-gas, is machine-washable and PVC-free. The curtains come with a refillable nontoxic marker made from 74% post-consumer waste material with which to decorate your curtain. external link
  • Green America
    Green America is a national, not-for-profit, membership organization committed to promoting green and fair trade business principles. Their website and publications are a valuable source of information on green products and businesses (interested parties can access Green America’s Green Gift Guide and learn about a variety of green services, products, etc... like organic food/farming and eco-friendly flooring options). external link
  • Green Living: A Family Guide to Going Green
    The Green Living directory lists a variety of family-oriented activities and books to help your family act green. external link
  • Green People
    Green People helps consumers find local health food stores, organic food, green products, solar power supplies, green landscaping, organic baby products, doulas, natural pet care, natural beauty products, health and wellness services, and green lifestyle products. external link
  • Green Polka Dot Box
    Green Polka Dot Box delivers natural and organic, non-GMO foods directly to your doorstep at wholesale prices. external link
  • GreenCupboards
    GreenCupboards offers the vastest array of thoroughly vetted eco-friendly products of any e-retailer in our market. GreenCupboards provides (and educates) costumers with eco-friendly products for the home, office, garden, etc. external link
  • Greenopia
    Greenopia provides the market's only independent rating system that ranks businesses and products based on their sustainable and eco-friendly practices. Greenopia is dedicated to making sustainable shopping easier. external link
  • Hot Off the Press
    Hot Off the Press is the Eastside’s first and only EnviroStar certified printing company. The company achieved this mark through its green practices, such as donating leftover pieces of paper to pre-schools for arts and crafts. external link
  • Keeny's
    Keeny's is a local, independent business that carries a variety of recycled products, like office supplies and furniture. The company has a lot of green and sustainable practices. external link
  • Local Harvest
    Local Harvest connects people looking for good food with local farmers who produce it. external link
  • MightyNest
    MightyNest is a web business that provides you the ability to research, get advice and buy natural, organic and non-toxic products all in one place. All MightyNest products are free from known toxic ingredients such as: BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Lead, Melamine, Formaldehyde, Flame retardants, Parabens and more. external link
  • Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance
    The Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance lists farms, farmer’s markets and farm products. external link
  • Onyx and Green
    Onyx and Green sells a variety of green office/school supplies made using recycled materials, soy-based inks, and bamboo. external link
  • Organic Consumers Association
    The OCA is an online and grassroots public interest organization campaigning for health, justice, and sustainability. The OCA deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, children's health, corporate accountability, fair trade, environmental sustainability and other key topics. external link
  • PILOT
    PILOT created the first range of earth-friendly pens—BeGreen (B2P)—made from recycled plastics. All pens are refillable. The company follows certification procedures for their manufacturing processes and distribution channels, as well as for the design of their products. They are EMAS certified. external link
  • Pong Case
    These iPhone covers block out 98% of electromagnetic fields, reducing exposure to radiation. external link
  • PooPooPaper
    PooPooPaper products are made from a pulp concocted from the recycled poop from various types of grass eating herbivores like elephants, cows, horses, and various other fiber-eating creatures, and mixed with other non-wood plant fibers such as corn stalks, pineapple husks, hay, banana tree trunks, and mulberry bark. PooPooPaper products (which can be ordered online) include stationery, journals, notepads, greeting cards, albums etc. with a broad range of artwork and designs available on hundreds of items. All PooPooPaper products are recycled, odorless and do not contain any added chemicals. external link
  • Post-It
    3M’s Post-It Greener products are made from recycled paper and plant based adhesives. external link
  • Recology
    Recology is an employee-owned company specializing in resource recovery by reclaiming "garbage" materials for a new use. external link
  • Recyclebank
    Recyclebank’s online shop, OneTwine.com, combines the company’s sustainability expertise and rewards program to help people choose products that are better for their home, their wallet and the planet. external link
  • Salmon-Safe
    Salmon-Safe is an eco-label run by a nonprofit that works with farmers throughout the Pacific Northwest to promote conservation practices and habitat restoration. To qualify for certification prospective farms and other entities must meet rigorous and site specific criteria regarding their water use, erosion control, chemical practices and animal management, based on an independent third-party assessment. Once part of the program, participating properties must undergo periodic reviews to make sure they are maintaining their commitments. See their website for a list of Salmon-Safe sites and products. external link
  • Seattle Made
    Seattle Made is an urban manufacturing alliance that offers a brand platform to help certified local manufacturers identify and differentiate themselves, and consumers identify locally made products. external link
  • Stella Color
    Stella Color offers a wide range of products and services for large format digital imaging needs including display signage, banners, retail displays, interior decor, etc. Stella Color uses their in-house off-cuts and reused waste materials to create their own line of upcycled goods (such as bowls, bags, etc.). external link
  • The Banana Paper Company
    The Banana Paper Company sells tree-free, acid-free notebooks. Their paper is made from the agricultural waste of products such as bananas, coffee, mangoes, lemons, sugar cane, hemp, and tobacco; the fibers are washed and ground and mixed with a ‘base fiber’ made of 100% post-consumer recycled paper. The Banana Paper Company sells a variety of bound and spiral notebooks, as well as other blank paper products such as business cards, envelopes, and sticky notes. external link
  • The Green Field Paper Company
    The Green Field Paper Company sells both homemade and machine-made tree-free, hemp paper, as well as seed-embedded paper that can be planted after use. The Hemp Heritage collection of notebooks and journals features archival quality, chlorine- and acid-free paper that is made from 75% post-consumer paper waste and 25% hemp; they are printed with soy ink on one side, making it easy for people to write and sketch in the same book. external link
  • The Journal Shop
    The Journal Shop sells notebooks made from 100% recycled, acid-free, and archive-quality paper that comes from FSC-certified sources. Their CIAK notebooks and journals are handmade in Italy from super high quality paper. external link
  • The Organic Center
    The Organic Center is committed to the conversion of agriculture to organic, sustainable methods, the improved health of the earth and its inhabitants, and greater awareness of and demand for organic products. external link
  • The Soft Living
    The Soft Landing Team spent the last seven years researching trustworthy companies that provide customers with safe, natural products free from chemicals and toxins that may be harmful to families and kids. external link
  • The Ultimate Guide to Sustainability and Recyclying for Kids
    Petit Fashion’s Ultimate Guide to Sustainability and Recycling for Kids educates children about sustainability and recycling and helps to get kids involved with recycling by donating old clothes. external link
  • TreeHugger
    TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. They strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information. Treehugger publishes an up to the minute blog, weekly and daily newsletters, and regularly updates their Twitter and Facebook pages. external link
  • Viatek Renu-It Pro Series
    The Viatek Renu-It Pro Series is a professional grade disposable battery regenerator; it allows batteries to be reused up to 70 times. external link
  • WSDA Organic Food Program
    The Washington State Department of Agriculture’s Organic Food Program provides a list of USDA Organic farms & Community Supported Agricultures (CSA) programs. external link