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Green Business Program

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Become a Certified Manhattan Beach Green Business



 MB Green Biz 2019


Sign Up to Become a Manhattan Beach Green Business!

Does your company incorporate practices to reduce waste, save water, or reduce energy consumption? Do you want to learn how your business can do more? Find out about this new program to recognize and assist businesses in Manhattan Beach that are moving towards sustainability. 

Program participants benefit from a healthier workplace; significant cost savings and access to financial incentives/rebates; a “green seal” to place on their door or window; and an invitation to an annual awards ceremony hosted by Waste Management and the City of Manhattan Beach.

Participation is free and easy. To apply, go to the California Green Business Network website, or contact Lisa Ryder Moore for help getting registered, and start saving today!

The City of Manhattan Beach congratulates the businesses that have already taken the first step towards sustainability by joining the program. MB Green Business Ad 2018



  1. M+Love Cafe
  2. The Waste Less Shop
  3. Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures
  4. Evelina Eco Events, Inc
  5. The Healing Collective
  6.  The Well/Rooted Beings
  7. Judy Doeppel Skin Care & Nutrition
  8. Executive Pools
  9. One Heart Counseling Center
  10. Over the Moon Massage


  1. Bridge Senior Financial Services
  2. Dial Instant Printers
  3. Gum Tree
  4. Kaiser Permanente Manhattan Beach
  5. Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce
  6. Palmer Chiropractic
  7. REI
  8. {pages}: a bookstore (Re-certified)
  9. Body in Balance (Re-certified)


  1. Pages: a book store
  2. South Bay Green Design
  4. Body in Balance Day Spa
  5. Rock ‘n Fish


  1. Le Pain Quotidien
  2. Green Yogi
  3. California Pizza Kitchen
  4. Finders Keepers
  5. Manhattan Bread and Bagel
  6. Bella Beach
  7. Bella Beach Kids
  8. Yoga Loft
  9. Manhattan Towers
  10. Look! Optometry


  1. Bacchus - Wines Made Simple
  2. BrewCo
  3. Children's Orchard
  4. Nikau Kai
  5. Shore Fit
  6. The Ripe Choice Catering
  7. Trilogy Spa
  8. Two Guns Espresso



  1. Harris and Associates
  2. Lori J. Clark Family Vision Care
  3. Shade Hotel
  4. Manhattan Beach Farmers Market
  5. Manhattan Plaza


  1. Haute Yogi
  2. Washed Ashore Adornments
  3. Lorna Jane
  4. Grow


  1. The County of Los Angeles Manhattan Beach Public Library
  2. Tabula Rasa Essentials
  3. Yorktown
  4. SunLife Organics
  5. The Souk
  6. Barsha Wines & Spirits  
SEED Awards

SoCal Environmental Excellence Development (SEED) Awards is a Program run by the South Bay Business Environmental Coalition (SBBEC) to honor local individuals, groups, and businesses that have exhibited excellence in helping to improve environmental sustainability and quality of life in the South Bay. Awards are presented to those who have made extraordinary efforts in any of the following areas:

  • Environmental Leadership
  • Pollution Prevention
  • Education and Outreach
  • Resource Preservation
  • Innovation
  • Steve Uselton Memorial Bridge-Builder Award
One of the 2015 SEED Awards went to local organization Grades of Green for their creativity in implementing sustainability initiatives in school programs.  Honorees were selected by a panel of local government representatives in partnership with SBBEC. Visit the SBBEC website to find out more about the program.


Make sure to stop by and support Manhattan Beach’s Certified Green Businesses! And if you have recommendations on businesses that should be part of this program, please let us know.

Please direct questions to the City's Environmental Sustainability Division at (310) 802-5508.