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Green Certification Program

CMC Green Certification Program
Phone: (931) 217-3332
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CMC Green Certification Program

Montgomery County and the City of Clarksville are proud to announce the Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certification Program.

Launched in March 2011, the Green Certification Program is designed to help businesses learn and implement best practices in the area of environmental stewardship in an effort to sustain our community’s resources through a series of free workshops taught by environmental and other subject area specialists. The idea for the CMCGCP originated from a Leadership Clarksville study group and is based on successful environmental initiatives that have originated globally. The program is an educational component of Montgomery County Bi-County Solid Waste Management.


Ten Reasons to Participate in the CMC Green Certification Program

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  • Conserve and preserve Clarksville-Montgomery County’s natural beauty and resources.
  • Extend the life of our local landfill keeping costs down and preserving land.
  • Air quality standards are at risk of not meeting EPA regulations in our community.
  • Take a proactive approach to what will eventually become mandated practices.
  • Earn recognition as an environmental leader in our community.
  • Improve water management in our community.
  • Save on bottom line costs for landfill, energy and water usage.
  • Provides a marketing edge with customers.
  • Provides a pride point for employees.
  • A free program that is priceless to future generations.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the CMC Green Certification Program please fill out an application form or contact Michelle Newell, the Green Certification Program Manager at manewell@montgomerycountytn.org or by calling (931) 245-1867 for more information.


Program Supporters and Leaders

The program is supported and led by the following individuals:

  • Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett
  • City of Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan
  • Tim Swaw, Montgomery County Human Resources Director
  • Bruce Johnson, Bridgestone Metalpha USA Plant Manager
  • Pat Finney, Hemlock Semiconductor Plant Manager
  • Stephen James, Nyrstar Plant Manager
  • Ron Smithfield, Smithfield Manufacturing Inc.
  • Bill Harpel, City of Clarksville
  • Donna Bright, Bridgestone Metalpha USA Plant Manager (past Steering Committee Member)
  • Terry Strange, Hemlock Semiconductor Site Manager (past Steering Committee Member)
  • Jarrod Duncan, Planters Bank Assistant Vice President (past Steering Committee Member)
  • John Hooper, Rivers End South, Manufacturing Manager (past Steering Committee Member)
  • Kirk Steer, Hendrickson International (past Steering Committee Member)
  • Aditya Singh, Trane Plant Manager (past Steering Committee Member)