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Clean Clear Waters Contractors

Clean Clear Waters certifies, supports and markets businesses that commit to implementing various methods in landscape conservation, storm water management, and building operations.

Why Clean Clear Waters?

In the current economy, positioning your company is vital. Certifying your building projects will give your organization a unique edge and valuable benefits, including:
  • A website listing on weigogreener.org: Your company’s name will be exposed to over 3,000 monthly visitors to the WEI website, which will help you reach a wide range of prospective clients.
  • Social media interaction on our Facebook and Twitter pages. We want to help spread the word about your company, and will use the pages as a platform to share your stories, projects, and successes.   
  • Use of the CCW logo: Distinguish your business from the competition using the CCW logo on your promotional materials. Only CCW members can use the logo.
  • Marketing materials: Members receive program checklists, informational brochures, signs, stickers and access to electronic copies of the CCW logo.
  • Alerts about green business news and grant opportunities: We provide members with the most up-to-date green business alerts so they can take advantage of opportunities to advance and update.

J. Simon Design Build

Jeff Simon, owner of J. Simon Design Build, built the first Clean Clear Waters certified home and credits the program.


"As an infill project with steep topography, we needed to pay even closer attention to landscape practices and erosion control,” he said. “The Clean Clear Waters Checklist provides the additional strategies local builders need to reduce the potential for runoff.”