City of Dublin Wins Ohio EPA Gold Level E3C Award

The City of Dublin is honored to have received the Ohio EPA Gold Level Encouraging Environmental Excellence in Communities (E3C) award. This award recognizes communities with exceptional achievements in environmental stewardship.

The City of Dublin aspires to be the most sustainable global city of choice. After receiving a silver-level E3C award in 2021, achieving the highest-level recognition that the E3C program offers speaks to the City’s commitment to implementing new sustainable initiatives and expanding existing ones.

Some recent projects that led to Dublin’s rise in success include launching compost and Styrofoam recycling drop-offs; deploying the Dublin Connector transportation service and other micro-mobility programs; completing the Dublin Link Pedestrian Bridge, which provides connectivity in Downtown Dublin; installing electric vehicle charging stations and expanding the City’s electric fleet; locating City Hall in an existing LEED certified building, displaying the City’s commitment to energy-efficient facilities; and the use of water refill stations at city events.

“The City of Dublin is committed to being the most sustainable global city of choice,” says Deputy City Manager Robert Ranc. “This award is a testament to the hard work of City Council and staff to achieve this goal. We are grateful to the Ohio EPA for this recognition.”


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