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MDHA among Middle Tennessee's most eco-friendly | 2010-09-29

The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency has been recognized as one of the "50 Most Eco-Friendly Companies in Middle Tennessee" in the September/October 2010 issue of Nashville Post magazine.
 
In compiling the listing, Nashville Post defined a green business "first as one that provides goods or services intended to improve the sustainability of others," ... and "second as one that employs sustainable principles in their facilities and practices."
 
Among MDHA's accomplishments the magazines cited were:
 
Nashville Post credited MDHA with "playing a leading role in fulfilling Mayor Karl Dean's plan to make Nashville the greenest city in the Southeast."
 
 
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