Get Project Green Fork Certified

6 Steps to Certification

Sustainable Products

Sustainable Products

Source disposable products that are compostable, biodegradable, recyclable, or made from recycled content. No polystyrene (aka Styrofoam).

Recycling

Recycling

Recycle all items recognized as recyclable and accepted by the City of Memphis.

Composting

Composting

Collect pre-consumed fruit, vegetable, coffee grounds, eggshell scraps, and other compostable waste.

Green Cleaning Products

Green Cleaning Products

Reduce the use of toxic cleaners wherever possible and replace with plant-based and/or biodegradable cleaners.

Energy Audit

Energy Audit

Complete an energy audit and take steps to reduce and conserve vital energy and water.

Pollution Prevention

Pollution Prevention

Properly maintain grease traps and kitchen hoods, and ensure kitchen, front of house, and outside areas are clean and free of debris at all times.

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  • Nick was one of the biggest supporters of @projectgreenfork and restaurant sustainability. He changed how we look at high-volume restaurants and showed that small, everyday changes really do make a difference.
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It is with the heaviest of hearts that - after a hard fought battle with cancer - we announce the passing of Nick Vergos - a restaurant icon, a philanthropist, an amazing chef, but, most importantly, a father, a son, a husband, a brother, an uncle, a cousin and a friend to many.  αἰωνία ἡ μνήμη
  • Cooling off with a Little Lily at @sweetgrassandnextdoor on the first day of summer! 🌞😅💚 vodka+grapefruit+lemon+aperol.
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