2018 Alexandria Earth Day Exhibitors
The Alexandria Earth Day Committee is excited to announce this initial list of exhibitors participating in the 2018 Alexandria Earth Day. This page will be updated as new exhibitors are added. Information on how to become an exhibitor is located below.
Alexandria Earth Day 2018 Artwork Competition Finalists
Alexandria Renew Enterprises
Alexandria Spokeswomen and Alexandria Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Alexandria Transit Company (DASH)
Arlington Regional Master Naturalists (ARMN)
Bates Trucking Trash Removal, Inc.
Brown and Caldwell
Citizens' Climate Lobby - Alexandria Chapter
City of Alexandria: Alexandria Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)/Alexandria Health Department
City of Alexandria: Eco-City Alexandria's Environmental Action Plan (EAP)
City of Alexandria: Eco-City Clean Waterways
City of Alexandria: GoAlex
City of Alexandria: Jerome "Buddie" Ford Nature Center
City of Alexandria: Mobile Art Lab
City of Alexandria: Office of Energy Management
City of Alexandria: Office of Environmental Quality
City of Alexandria: Park Planning and Natural Resources
City of Alexandria: Recycling Office
City of Alexandria: Resource Recovery Division
EarthBrew Compost – “Tare It Up!”
Environmental Policy Commission
For Children's Sake Virginia
Girl Scout Cadette Troop 3972 Alexandria
Girl Scout Junior Troop 5041
Holmes Run Park Committee
Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP)
National Park Service George Washington Memorial Parkway
Northern Virginia Conservation Trust
Porto Vecchio Condominium Owners' Association
Project Green Challenge - Turning Green
Red Carpet Remodeling
Sierra Club Mount Vernon Group
Sierra Club Ready for 100
Sustainability Projects from the 2018 ACPS Science Fair
T.C. Williams Bee Club
Ten Thousand Villages
The Virginia Paving Company
Tree Angels for Haiti
U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
UpCycle Creative Reuse Center
Virginia American Water
Virginia Cooperative Extension: 4-H
Virginia Cooperative Extension: Master Gardeners
Virginia Green Initiative
Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Glouster Point, VA
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
Water Environment Federation
Wildlife Rescue League
2018 Alexandria Earth Day Exhibitor Information
Application Deadline: Friday, April 13, 2018
Thank you for your interest in the 2018 Alexandria Earth Day event on Saturday, April 28, 2018. Those interested in exhibiting at Alexandria Earth Day may apply by filling out and submitting the application to email@example.com by Friday, April 13, 2018.
Please note, exhibits must adhere to our Zero Waste guidelines and refrain from selling any products at Alexandria Earth Day, as this is an educational event. The Alexandria Earth Day Committee will review each submission to confirm the applicant and proposed exhibit meet the three criteria listed above. Each applicant will be notified of its status as soon as possible.
Exhibitors that submit applications prior to Friday, March 30, 2018, are not required to pay a participation fee; however, exhibitors who sign-up between March 31 and the April 13 application deadline are required to pay a $100 late fee.
The Earth Day Committee will provide each exhibitor with a table (2 ft x 8 ft) and two (2) chairs under a group tent. We aim to group exhibits according to categories reflecting the first nine (9) chapters of the City of Alexandria’s Environmental Action Plan 2030 (EAP): Transportation, Green Building, Air Quality, Water Resources, Environment and Health, Energy, Land Use and Open Space, Solid Waste, and Climate Change and Other Emerging Threats. We will provide more information to exhibitors on this concept closer to the event, and they will be directed to their final location upon arrival at Alexandria Earth Day.
While the Alexandria Earth Day Committee does not charge a registration fee for timely exhibitor applications, we still must secure funding to pay for event equipment, amenities, and more. Please consider becoming an Alexandria Earth Day sponsor or simply make a donation. The logo of each sponsor will be prominently displayed on Earth Day promotional materials. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming an official sponsor of the event.
While we love to reduce and recycle, it's time to also refuse. We want to practice saying no to waste at our upcoming Earth Day celebration. This starts by asking that planners and exhibitors serve as models of sustainable and responsible resource consumption. The Zero Waste concept asks the public to maximize recycling, reduce consumption, and say no sometimes to utilizing or accepting waste materials. Please read the Zero Waste Guidelines to learn how to make your exhibit waste free.
Submission Information and Application Questions
Please submit your completed application and/or any questions related to exhibiting at Alexandria Earth Day to firstname.lastname@example.org.