Purelight Power was recognized as a Certified Environmentally Responsible Contractor (CERC) on May 8, 2023. This certification is awarded to companies who proactively mitigate environmental risks through proper training and back their work with proper insurance. CERCs are leading their industries with environmental best practices, enhancing their reputation with clients and communities, and outshining their competition.
”With Purelight Power, our business is operating in a way that makes a positive impact toward improving our community and our world. Our professionals are well trained and equipped with all the proper tools and knowledge to operate safely around their worksite, their customers, and their teams. Purelight Power is proud to provide a service that helps homeowners save money and switch to clean, renewable energy generation while providing a clean and environmentally friendly service.Andrea Stenberg, Safety Coordinator
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Using a simple 4-step process, Purelight Power creates a custom solar system design for each home depending on energy needs, square footage, and roof direction that is engineered specifically for total home power.
Certified Environmentally Responsible Contractors (CERC) is a new certification program that aims to promote environmentally responsible contractors by helping them stand out from the lesser-qualified competition and win more bids. Contractors can become certified by establishing an environmental risk management plan through broadened pollution insurance and Pollution Prevention Practices provided by Environmental Risk Professionals.
About Environmental Risk Professionals
Environmental Risk Professionals is a team of highly experienced risk professionals determined to help contractors and other business owners minimize pollution claims. Through Pollution Prevention Practices, Operation and Maintenance Plans, and other services, Environmental Risk Professionals helps businesses understand their risk exposure and mitigate potential claims and effects on the environment. Learn more about Environmental Risk Professionals by visiting envriskpros.com.