Green Awareness Month Environmental Impact

Guardian is proud to practice green business throughout the year, but each April we take it a step further by encouraging communities to apply creative strategies to reduce their environmental impact. In April we partnered with Green Mountain Energy to promote PGE’s Renewable Power Program at Guardian Communities throughout Oregon. The environmental impact of this program is impressive! Take a look at our stats below. Way to go Guardian Communities!

A special shoutout to the following communities and their residents for supporting this program:

1607
Portland, Oregon
Crane Lofts
Portland, Oregon
Uptown Tower
Portland, Oregon
Hidden Village
West Linn, Oregon
Collins Circle
Portland, Oregon
Hunters Run
Beaverton, Oregon
Silverton Manor
Silverton, Oregon
Heatherbrae Commons
Milwaukie, Oregon
Linden
Portland, Oregon

River Glen
Gladstone, Oregon

Headwaters Apartments
Beaverton, Oregon

Fir Grove
Beaverton, Oregon

Murray Woods
Beaverton, Oregon

Acadia Gardens
Happy Valley, Oregon

Town Center Station
Happy Valley, Oregon
Merlo Station
Beaverton, Oregon

Creekside Woods
Wilsonville, Oregon

Crystal Lake
Milwaukie, Oregon

The PGE Renewable Power program is only one out of many Green Awareness Activities the teams at our Communities held throughout the month of April! We are proud to promote a green and sustainable workplace at Guardian.

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Check out Green Mountain Energy to learn more about their program.
Learn more about Renewable Energy options from PGE.

  1. That’s a lovely effort to encourage green and sustainable communities. Along with major steps like installation of large renewable energy products is not sufficient to deliver us relief from rising emissions. There are a large number of factors like energy usage, industrial waste and non-biodegradable garbage that need equal attention. Moreover, climate change is a global phenomenon but not every nation realizes it. So, we need to push developing nations too.

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