Top Sustainable Companies in
When we think of New Hampshire, we think of its numerous scenic forests and parks, rural landscapes, inviting lakes and coastal life. The State of New Hampshire may look small on the map, but its diverse regions has inspired various sustainable companies that are working hard to protect and enrich their communities. Discover our selection of the Top Sustainable Companies in New Hampshire!
There are many more sustainable companies that we may have missed, so if you believe you should be in the Top Sustainable Companies in New Hampshire, feel free to contact us and we will evaluate your sustainable initiative.
Top Sustainable Companies in New Hampshire
1) ReVision Energy
With 150 employees as of July 2016, ReVision Energy has become the leading solar company in northern New England by delivering legendary customer service and the highest quality, most cost-effective solar energy systems available in the marketplace.
What’s more, they have over 5,000 installed solar arrays based in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. These generate a combined production capacity of 25,400 kilowatts… offsetting roughly 19,000 TONS of carbon pollution annually!
As part of their unremitting commitment to creating positive social change, the Company’s three managing partners continue to re-invest annual profits into zero up-front cost solar energy systems for non-profits through its pioneering approach to power purchase agreements, thereby bringing long-term economic and environmental sustainability to schools, municipalities and organizations that would not otherwise be able to acquire solar energy.
2) Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs
Pete and Gerry’s produces eggs under the Pete and Gerry’s Organic, Nellie’s Free Range, and Carol’s brands. The company is a fourth generation family farm located in the foothills of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. The company has a strong history of leadership in the egg industry demonstrating for over decade that consumers demand and are will to pay more for humanely and ethically produced eggs from small family farms.
In 2003 Pete and Gerry’s became the America’s first Certified Humane egg producer. In 2013 the company became America’s first egg producer to achieve the B Corp certification. In 2014, Pete and Gerry’s completed it’s transition to 100% Certified Humane Free Range production.
3) Applecrest Farm Bistro
Located at the heart of its own working fields and orchards, Applecrest Farm Bistro offers a true farm-to-table dining experience. The food is simple, honest and guided by the hands of the day’s harvest.
Freshness and quality is the cornerstone for Executive Chef Derek Clough’s flavour-forward preparations which honour the tradition of place and are rivaled only by the view.
4) Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa
For many reasons, Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa wants to ensure that future generations will enjoy the natural beauty of our planet as much as they have. That’s why they’re proud to have been honoured with numerous awards for their strides and continued effort toward being the best green hotel they can be by reducing their carbon footprint as much as possible.
They also work hard to educate their guests on the importance of responsible sustainability practices in their own lives.
5) A&E Coffee & Tea
A&E Coffee & Tea is a nationally recognized coffee roaster featuring certified organic and fair trade coffees roasted weekly to perfection: Experience real coffee and tea for the first time! Owner, Emeran Langmaid, is a licensed Q Coffee Grader and certified Lead Instructor with the Specialty Coffee Association of America. Coffee selection herald from Central and South America, Asia Pacific and Africa.
They also source water-processed decafs. Quality of the bean and freshness of the roast are paramount to an incredible tasting coffee. They only purchase specialty grade Arabica coffees and never sell coffee older than 7 days from the roast date to insure premium quality and freshness!
6) Gundalow Company
The Gundalow Company is a sustainable initiative in New Hampshire as they offer various programs – held throughout the tidal towns of the Piscataqua – that wish to connect the region’s maritime history with contemporary coastal issues such as water quality, habitat restoration, conservation, and stewardship.
7) Post-Landfill Action Network
The Post-Landfill Action Network cultivates, educates, and inspires the student-led zero waste movement. They inform students about the waste crisis and equip them with the necessary skills and resources to implement solutions to waste in their campus communities. PLAN empowers our generation to be change makers.
8) Mr. Fox Composting
Mr. Fox Composting believes that food waste shouldn’t have to go in plastic bags and be thrown into landfills. They believe that the future of our planet is dependent on the majority of us changing small habits. They believe that composting our food is a small habit that can change the world.
This is why we consider one of the Top Sustainable Initiatives in New Hampshire, as they will manage the rest. Mr. Fox Composting takes the waste and turns it into the most amazing soil that will then grow the most healthy vegetables at farms, homes and schools.
9) Mighty Roots
At Mighty Roots, their primary method of project delivery is Design-Build. This is when one entity—the design-build team—works under a single contract with the project owner to provide design and construction services. One entity, one contract, one unified flow of work from initial concept through completion.
They emphasize an integrated design process, encouraging their clients to interact, not only with their designers, but also their carpenters, engineers, energy auditors, electricians, and plumbers to help achieve the best design possible. This provides convenience and consistency, better quality, cost savings, faster delivery and flexibility, which we believe go hand in hand with sustainability as it ensures efficiency.
10) Young’s Restaurant
At Young’s Restaurant, they’ve always been committed to great food, great service, a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, and the local community. For the last 20 years, they have also been highly dedicated to increased sustainability, recognizing that everyone has a responsibility to preserve our natural resources, environment, and to support the local economy and community.
And there you have it! L’Autre Couleur’s Top Sustainable Companies in New Hampshire!
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This was the 2st post in the Top Sustainable Companies series; one for every State in the United States. By the end of 2016 you can expect a Top Sustainable Companies article for every State in the United States! To stay updated on the up and coming initiatives, subscribe to our monthly newsletter and like us on Facebook. Also please comment if we have left out any important sustainable companies in New Hampshire that you believe should be part of the top sustainable companies, or if you have any thoughts/ comments on the article.
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