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Businessman adopts environmental guidelines for Glynn development
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A Hinesville businessman's Spring Tide Communities recently announced plans to join the Pollution Prevention Assistance Division's Partnership for a Sustainable Georgia in a Glynn County development.
Spring Tide Communities joined 150 other organizations that have already committed to the environmental partnership organized by the Department of Natural Resources.
"We're delighted to do our part to help preserve the environment in coastal Georgia," said Clay Sikes, CEO Spring Tide Communities. "We are committed to making The Peninsula at the Golden Isles, a new 3,300-acre master-planned waterfront community located in the heart of Glynn County, one of the most innovative green communities in the Southeast."
Suzanne Burnes, assistant director of P_AD and manager of the Partnership for a Sustainable Georgia, praised the action.
"P_AD partners such as Spring Tide Communities lead the way in implementing sound environmental practices, while recognizing that what's good for the environment can also be good for the bottom line," she said.
The Partnership for a Sustainable Georgia is free and open to any business or organization that operates in Georgia. It offers a variety of incentives, including cost savings through increased efficiencies, potential regulatory flexibility, free technical assistance and training, and access to networking and mentoring among peers, state and local officials.
P_AD is a non-regulatory division of DNR. For more information, call 800-685-2443 or visit
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