Green Business Bureau Blog

 

Hawaii Building Retailer Embraces Green

 
 

Green Builder’s Depot offers Hawaiian consumers and businesses the opportunity for Healthy Green Living through their offering of high-quality green building materials. The company carries green safe products that are low, or contain no, volatile organic compounds (VOC) and promotes construction materials and practices that minimize poor indoor air quality.  The company’s goals focus heavily on educating the public on the superiority of sustainable building products.

Green Builder’s Depot has been a member of the Green Business Bureau since opening in December 2009.  As a Green Business Bureau member, Green Builder’s Depot is able to promote education and provide alternatives that are safe, healthier and non-toxic.

“We joined the Green Business Bureau because it has a structured and informative plan that emphasized similar goals to those of the Green Builder’s Depot,” says Michael Reeves, Green Builder’s Depot’s founder. “We’re looking forward to using our membership to reach our goal of ‘Healthy Environment, Healthy People’.”

About Green Builder’s Depot:
As Hawaii’s first sustainable building and remodeling products retailer, Green Builder’s Depot is committed to providing affordable green building products, services and home solutions.  Green Builder’s Depot only carries superior performing, high-quality brands that are environmentally sustainable and do not cause negative health effects.  Green Builder’s Depot carries over 650 different products for your home/business needs.

Contact:
Michael Reeves-Founder of GBD
Green Builder’s Depot
550 Paiea Street Suite# 126
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
Phone: 808-839-9700/ 808-778-5181
www.greenbuildersdepotintl.com

 
 
 

Leave a Reply

*Required Fields

 
 
 

 

 
 

Customers want to buy from eco-friendly companies, so gain a competitive advantage by displaying the GBB seal.
Businesses that earn green business certification also save on energy and material costs.
More Info

green hosting Bookmark and Share

For tips on how to get certified green follow us on:

Google+ LinkedIn YouTube