Northwest Environmental Business Council
represents northwest businesses working to protect, restore and sustain the natural and built environment.

NEBC is a non-profit trade association that represents the interests of its members, while promoting the health of the industry and the environment as a whole. Formed as a regional organization in 1996, NEBC is the recognized voice of the industry – advocating for science-based regulation, supportive policies and tax structures, the dissemination of knowledge, and the adoption of best practices.

NEBC fosters transfer of knowledge and learning, builds synergies among members and expands business opportunities. NEBC members cover an ever-widening spectrum, including engineers, consultants, contractors, scientists, lawyers, product and technology providers, insurers, project developers, financiers, architects, business support professionals, plus a host of other disciplines and organizations supportive of NEBC’s goals.

Support the Association that Supports You

This year NEBC will celebrate 25 years of supporting the environmental industry throughout the Northwest. Quite a milestone for any organization. For those members – individuals and firms – that have supported our mission…thank you!

Learn more about the Resiliency Challenge and see those businesses and individuals participating by clicking the button below.

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Featured NEBC Event

Managing Stormwater in Oregon

Managing Stormwater in Oregon is the state’s largest and most ...
16 Jun
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Featured Industry News

Washington Department of Ecology is currently accepting applications for Public Participation Grants (PPGs)

The Washington Department of Ecology is currently accepting applications for Public Participation Grants (PPGs). The PPG program is a competitive grant program. Grants are available to individuals affected by a contaminated site, or to non-profit public service organizations. The purpose of these grants is to facilitate public participation in: •       The cleanup of hazardous substance…

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Featured Member Profile

Member Profile
Erin K. Rothman, CEO of StormSensor, Inc.

Meet Erin K. Rothman, CEO of StormSensor, Inc in Seattle, Washington… PERSONAL  What is your educational background?  I have a BA in Technical & Scientific Communication/Environmental Science and an MSc in Natural Resources. What drew you to working in the environmental sector?  My dad worked for the Department of Energy cleaning up and closing down federal nuclear…

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