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
So, you’re thinking about converting your office? Creating a green office environment isn’t easy, but we’ve prepared this intensive guide to get started!
In the past, we’ve reported on several ways to help conserve energy – buying equipment with the Energy Star logo, shutting off equipment when not in use, and adjusting lights & thermostats accordingly in unused areas are all important and easy steps you can take
Interestingly, the movement to a greener, more environmentally-friendly lifestyle isn’t only for something you can do that will benefit the planet and future generations. Steps you take now to conserve energy can actually put more green in your wallet and bank account. Yes, cutting energy
Corporate social responsibility is an ever growing task for companies, and with today’s “green“ movement, this concept takes on a whole new dynamic. No longer is it a passing grade for a company to just make a donation or attend a fund raising event for
Did you know that packaging constitutes as much as one-third of the non-industrial waste stream, which is why 28 countries have laws designed to minimize that waste? Unfortunately, the U.S. is not among them, according to www.idealbite.com. To ship your holidays gifts the smart way,
Even though offices have moved into the electronic age, the use of paper is not slowing. That’s why it’s more important than ever to help the environment by recycling and buying products made with recycled materials. It is a common myth that recycling is critical