The DMV seal may be gold and blue, but these days, green is playing a big part in our business model.
Last week, DMV was recognized at this year’s Green California Summit and Exposition for our ongoing participation and long-standing support of California’s sustainability goals.
Thousands of representatives from the private and public sector gathered for the two-day event, held at the Sacramento Convention Center, to share information on innovative green and sustainable industry practices—and we pulled up right alongside.
“In the past decade, the DMV has been a proud outreach partner at the annual Green California Summit and Exposition,” said Cindy Dangberg, Summit Director of Green Technology. DMV Director Jean Shiomoto also serves as a member of the Green California Summit & Exposition Advisory Board.
Green Technology recognized DMV’s participation, spanning all 10 years of the summit’s history.
Lots of hard work went into setting up this year’s booth, highlighting the department’s achievements in sustainable energy and environmental design goals. This year’s theme was “Ten Years and Growing,” and included a video display that focused on DMV’s adoption of sustainable green building and development practices. In recent years, five DMV field offices have attained the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification Award.
“It’s been wonderful for the DMV to be able to feature its award-winning sustainable accomplishments,” said Calvin Jefferson, Sustainable Operations Coordinator. “We’ve been there since the beginning.”
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