DEP commends new members of New Jersey Sustainability Registry for being community leaders

A beachfront restaurant helping protect the ocean with a no-straw policy, a brewery helping to mitigate climate change by keeping waste out of local landfills, and a funeral home supporting New Jersey’s clean energy economy by installing solar power are just some of the New Jersey businesses being recognized this year for becoming members of the New Jersey Sustainable Business Registry.

Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park, Monmouth County; Angry Erik Brewing in Lafayette, Sussex County; and Prout Funeral Home in Verona, Essex County, are among the more than 40 businesses being honored for joining the New Jersey Sustainable Business Registry in 2018. Each received a certification of innovation in sustainability from the Department of Environmental Protection.

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