America’s top green radio show, the national weekly “Green is Good” program, which is now available to listeners nationwide via the “America’s Talk” lineup on iHeartRadio, has released its lineup of guests for April and May.

Guests interviewed for the Spring will include representatives from many of the best-known brands, businesses and non-profit organizations leading the environmental charge. Interviews scheduled to be broadcast over the next several weeks include spokespeople from Maxwell Technologies, ISRI, REVERB, Farmer’s Fridge, Domus Development, Bio-Beetle, Sustain Condoms, Citrix, GreenBox NY and Phonebloks.

Hosted by John Shegerian (Chairman and CEO of Electronic Recyclers International, the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste), Green is Good is also available free on iTunes as a podcast after each episode airs on iHeartRadio.

New episodes of the show can be heard every Saturday at 5:00 pm EST at

The program provides a spirited forum for a broad selection of leading green businesses and organizations, each taking unique measures to protect and sustain our planet, to share and discuss green business concepts and success stories.

Previous guests have included spokespeople from Ford, UPS, Alcoa, Nestle, Glad Products, AT&T, Lipton Tea, the US EPA, Ohio State University, the National Wildlife Federation, Ben & Jerry’s, HP/Panasonic, the NRDC, Honeywell, National Geographic, Nascar, General Motors, Best Buy, Goodwill, and FedEx, among many others.

In each show, Shegerian draws his guests into discussions about the environment and what businesses and individuals can do each day to follow the major tenets of sustainability – people, planet and profits.

“We’ve built up an incredible roster of guests that make for genuinely enlightening conversations,” said Shegerian. “Since we originally launched the show, it’s been an honor and privilege to be able to offer this amazing forum where we meet and share ideas with our guests while inspiring listeners to think and act in more responsible and sustainable ways. The blend of conversations with opinion leaders, green organizations and nonprofits has become an on-air think tank sharing new ways to benefit our planet for businesses and individuals alike.”