Business Certifications

World Centric's social and environmental business practices are certified by the following third-party organizations:
OPP 1% for the Planet

1% for the Planet  is a global network of businesses that donate 1% of annual sales directly to approved environmental and sustainability nonprofit organizations. Over 1200 member companies in 48 countries give back to this big blue planet through over 3600 nonprofit partners.  To date, the network has given away over $100 million to nonprofit organizations. 

We actually give away more than this – 25% of our profits.  The value of membership is for the nonprofits that we support.  Every organization we donate to in the field of environmental sustainability is eligible to become a member of 1% for the Planet and connect with other member companies looking for wonderful organizations to support.  
BCorp B Corporation 

Certified B Corporations are a new type of corporation which uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. B Corporations are unlike traditional businesses because they: 

  • Meet comprehensive and transparent social and environmental performance standards
  • Meet higher legal accountability standards 
  • Build business constituancy for good business
To view World Centric's BCorp page, please click here.
Bay Area Green Business Bay Area Green Business

The Bay Area Green Business Program distinguishes small business that protect, preserve and sustain the environment. A partnership of environmental agencies and utilities assists, offers incentives, and verifies that participating businesses conserve energy and water, minimize waste, prevent pollution, and shrink their carbon footprints.
Green America Certified Business

Green America certifies businesses that are committed to using business as a platform for social change. Green businesses show leadership in their industry by embedding social responsibility into the DNA of their company. Green America certifies businesses that are: 

  • Actively using their business as a tool for positive social change
  • Operating a "values-driven" enterprise according to principles of social justice and sustainability
  • Environmentally responsible in all facets of business
  • Socially equitable and committed to practices that benefit workers, customers, communities and the environment
  • Accountable for their work and operating with full transparency.