We help all industries and

sectors to reduce carbon footprint,

minimize risk, maximize efficiency,

and increase profitability.

We are an independent, non-governmental

environmental certification organization that

goes beyond the simple combination of

international standards, procedures, and practices.

Our vision is to provide eco-friendly solutions

to facilitate the balance between

economic development, social progress,

and environmental protection.

Our timeline

This is what we've done over the years


The CGP program was based on the principles of the 3Ps (People, Profit, and Planet) of the global vision of sustainable development that was established by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in 1992.



Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Miami, Florida, Certified Green Partners® began offering educational seminars to help print shops mitigate the impact of their operations, specifically through their use of paper, ink, and recycling.


As we expanded our industry markets, we realized that seminars on these basic points were not enough to make a positive impact on the environment. In 2008, CGP created an integrated environmental management program by combining international standards, procedures, and practices.



Today, continuing our objectives, we are constantly updating our guidelines to meet new global requirements.

An easy-to-implement integrated program

At CGP, we go beyond simple combination of international standards, procedures and practices. We include education and a certification program based on sustainable development and cost-effectiveness that will provides direction for the implementation and structure of a workable program.

The program is applicable across all industries and sectors, large or small, independent of products or services offered. Its standards are sufficiently flexible and include performance indicators that can be applied according to the certification level, geographic area, and local factors. 

The CGP program is a guide of corporate social responsibility allowing companies to address their obligations to minimize the harmful impacts to the environment by voluntarily following a set of externally set and measured objectives.

The foundation of the certification program consists of six principles. Together, they can enable your operation to improve its environmental impact while complying with global demands: Leadership, Involvement of Team Members, Process Approach, System Approach to Management, Continual Improvement and Objective Approach to Decision-Making.

Our plain sailing

standards can help


CGP has produced an Integrated Environmental Management Program that sheds light on the importance of consistency in the guidelines of this field. Just one indicator can break down trade barriers and help build a more sustainable future.


Consumers want products with the best possible price-quality ratio, without considering the sustainability of natural resources and the supply chain. By following the CGP standards, we can help you change the way we produce and consume goods and resources.


We can assist you, with the structure and the application of processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle: from planning to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation and demolition.


We can help you meet the energy demands by increasing energy efficiency and promoting the development of renewable energy technologies. This ensures an optimal cost-effective option to reduce energy costs.


CGP’s water guidelines build confidence through consensus-based global solutions for optimal business practice, management of resources, risk assessment, metrics, and infrastructure.


CGP’s food guidelines provide specifications regarding the food chain, agricultural machinery, logistics, transportation, manufacturing, labeling, packaging, and storage.


We verify and accredit the quality of any kinds of consumer products or services to help our customers and their distribution network to meet environmental regulations.


Occupational health and safety practices require the collaboration and participation of both employers and workers. CGP role is to set and enforce standards; provide training, outreach and education, and encouraging continual improvement in workplace safety and health.

Create strong environmental

strategies and operations

by becoming certified!


Although CGP combined international standards and create the certification program, we do not perform the entire process. It must be completed by a third-party organization either way implementation or audit to determine if CGP standards have been met. Once the process has been completed, CGP will issue the certificate and the right to use the CGP Seal of Compliance.

There are three levels of certification: Basic Green, Green, and Green Plus. Each of them will assess current practices and create a customized plan that will help any company reach the desired environmental requirements through flexible performance indicators that can be customized by certification level, geographic area, and regional factors.

All documented sustainable efforts are taken into consideration and converted into points using a 100-Point Scale that consists of 8 tiers. Each of these tiers represents a fixed number of points. The certification level of the company is based on the number of sustainability points accumulated, among other standards that must be met.


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Emerging as a Certified Business, you can benefit in a number of ways:

Reduce your carbon footprint will decrease operating costs and increase profitability.

Occupational Safety and Health standards in your organization will reduce risks at all levels.

Implementing an integrated management system will educate and motivate your employees to get involved and have a detailed understanding of the way their actions impact the business operation and the atmosphere. It also provides employers the opportunity to better understand their business needs.

Be able to create a green building or community by using practices that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle from siting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation and deconstruction.

Emerge as a ‘supplier of choice’, exclusively to clients who consider ecological strategies and operations of suppliers and products as part of their green procurement policies.

Strengthen your corporate image and access new markets. Get a competitive advantage by using the CGP Seal of Compliance.

Get the Environmental Associate



CGP provides you with a working knowledge of the social, economic and environmental sustainability challenges worldwide. Our courses provide a comprehensive set of skills that help manage climate change mitigation while increasing earnings and employee performance, making your company more attractive to your clients. Sustainability and social responsibility are topics covered not only as points of corporate governance but also as a strategic imperative and requirement to maintain integrity in the community while reacting to consumer demands and competitiveness.

CGP courses are open to all organizations, large or small, and across any industry. We welcome participants from the upper levels of management down to frontline employees.

Topics include Sustainability challenges and opportunities; Site Operations; The business case and leadership for action; Regulatory environment and international policy; Production and consumption. Design, technology, and planning for sustainability. Marketing and communication. Rewiring your business approach

Upon satisfactory completion of the course, participants will have the tools and knowledge necessary to successfully complete the examination and qualify as a CERTIFIED ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATE® which is considered essential in worldwide professional development



Meet the team

This are the guys that make it happen

Veronica Mendieta

President and CEO

Juan José Sabando


Ralph J. Puig


Héctor Don Pablo


Mercedes Gaibor


Marco Buestan


John Howell


Sandy Gómez


Jane Doe