U.S. EPA 2009 Environmental Achievement Award
SAN FRANCISCO, APRIL 16, 2009 –The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Pacific Southwest Region 9 awarded SMG and The Moscone Center the prestigious 2009 Environmental
Achievement Award for distinguishing itself as a sustainable building that has helped to protect the environment.
“This year's winners and nominees have made superb efforts to protect and preserve our air, water and land, and increased awareness of the environmental challenges we all face,” said Laura Yoshii, the U.S. EPA's acting administrator for the Pacific Southwest region, “It is a great pleasure and honor that we can
recognize the innovative and important environmental work achieved by this year’s impressive group of organizations and individuals, and the example they set for all of us to follow.”
The 2009 U.S. EPA's Environmental Achievement Award was presented at U.S. EPA Pacific Southwest Region 9 office April 16, 2009 in San Francisco, Calif.
The Pacific Southwest’s Environmental Achievement Awards program acknowledges commitment and significant contributions to the environment in California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, Pacific Islands and tribal lands.