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Office Futurism

What do you envision in an office space in 10 years? It is one of those questions that give you goosebumps, isn’t it? Here are four nifty items that may give you some insight. Apple has made a few attempts in intergrating iPods with fashion. Their strategy is rather marketing-incline than subtlety; they want people [keep reading...]

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Green Your Office, 7 Ways

Five billion pounds of chemicals are used annually for institutional cleaning. The good news is that the risk of injury from chemicals and environmental damage can be dramatically reduced by replacing the most dangerous cleaning products with safer ones. Opt for solutions that are non-toxic, non-VOC (volatile organic compound), water-based, biodegradable, phosphate-, chlorine- and ammonia-free [keep reading...]

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Shop Green

Green is Good And, going green at work is easier than you might think, especially when you consider that every day there are more and more “green” products available. Inside this catalog, you’ll find nearly 2,500 environmentally friendly items from the Office Products, Technology, Furniture and Jan/San categories…everything from paper to cleaning supplies, and furniture [keep reading...]

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What is a Remanufactured Cartridge?

Remanufactured cartridges have been recycled and reprocessed from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) cartridge. For example, Innovera® cartridges are built from the original OEM cores. This saves significant materials by recycling the OEM product and also has strict quality controls so that your Innovera cartridge meets the OEM specifications. Help the environment with quality products! [keep reading...]

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Creating a Green Conference or Seminar: Make your next big meeting or event eco-friendly!

Picture this: a pyramid of 1,200 Styrofoam cups sitting atop 600 plastic water bottles, thousands of plastic utensils, stacks upon stacks of printed brochures and a truckload of promotional gizmos such as pens, key chains, mousepads and magnets. Now multiply that by a million and ship it out to landfills nationwide. This is just a [keep reading...]