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Music City Center makes it a priority to focus on environmental sustainability. We are proud to be LEED Gold certified for new construction by the U.S. Green Building Council as we continue to integrate sustainable practices throughout our facility.
In FY 2019, we collected over 3 million gallons of rainwater from our Green Roof, reducing our municipal water usage by 51%. Additionally, we recycled over 400,000 lbs. of mixed recycling. We strive to be a strong community partner and donated over 40,000 lbs. to the Nashville Rescue Mission.
Become a Green Partner! Participate in recycling, donating any leftover items and/or food and utilizing digital signage during your event, and your company will be promoted as a MCC Green Partner. Your logo will appear on the Sustainability Wall during the event as well as promoted on social media and marketing materials.
Client Sustainability Services
Post Event Reports:
We offer post event reports on solar, waste, energy and community.
*During this time, all MCC tours are suspended. Thank you.
Learn about all of MCC’s initiatives and building features which advance sustainability
Music City Center is committed to being a strong city partner with local nonprofits. Leftover food is donated to the Nashville Rescue Mission.
Leftover items are donated to local nonprofit partners.
Recycling collection bins in all meeting and event areas for mixed recycling.
Customizable Menu Options
We can customize your menus to meet your specific dietary needs, offering conscientious meal planning. Our Chef is also proud to offer an authentic dining experience to all of our guests.
Sustainable Solutions in the Kitchen
We not only utilize regionally sourced vendors, but also harvest our own honey on our Green Roof.
Our three-level parking garage also contains electric vehicle (EV) car charging stations.
Our building was officially LEED Gold certified in 2014. Find out more information here. View our scorecard on USGBC’s website.
REAL stands for Responsible, Epicurean, and Agricultural Leadership, and is a nationally recognized mark of excellence for food and foodservice operators committed to holistic nutrition and environmental stewardship. We are proud to be the first REAL certified convention center in 2014. We renewed our certification in 2019.
We are a member of the Corporate Sustainability Roundtable led by Nashville nonprofit Urban Green Lab. This group brings together area corporations to learn, network, foster new skills and policies, inform leadership, and exchange best practices to make sustainable workplaces a priority.