The other day I was looking through the website of the Sustainable Business Network’s Philadelphia branch, which has a directory for all of their member businesses. I noticed there was a spot where you could filter not only by neighborhoods like Center City, Mount Airy, or West Philly, but also larger areas like Montgomery or Delaware Counties. I saw New Jersey on the list, so I clicked it, but got nothing back. I was definitely confused; I know there’s at least on SBN network member in the area that I’ve actually used. So I shot them a tweet to ask what was up. They quickly responded with a list of area businesses, and it was even more than I realized. Check out the list below to find out where you can go in South Jersey to support local environmentally and socially responsible businesses.
Organic Home, Collingswood — Offering “a unique service providing green cleaning, organizing, design and consultation for home or office”.
Verde Salon, Collingswood — An environmentally conscious hair salon from Kevin Gatto.
Thomas Lift, Camden — Artist and clothing designer who runs Camden’s 3rd Thursday arts crawl.
Magnum Computer Recycling, Pennsauken — Offering “eco-friendly methods for reusing and recycling electronic parts and devices.”
Wu & Associates, Cherry Hill — A general contracting firm “specializing in LEED sustainable building, historic preservation, institutional and residential projects.”
EP Henry, Woodbury — Providing sustainable hardscaping services.
Animo Juice Bar, Haddonfield — A juice bar that believes “all natural, organic, whole foods that taste great and nourish the body.”