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Green Office Supplies Under the Radar

What do you think of when you read the term recycled office supplies? Paper? Maybe some plastic? More paper? Well, Shoplet.com not only has the “standard” green office supplies you’re used to, but also many more that you wouldn’t think of. The usual suspects of recycled copy paper, recycled notebooks, and other recycled paper products [keep reading...]

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Trash Cans – Can Look Nice

Or I should say, trash cans SHOULD look nice! Just a thought for the weekend. I know all those hidden “under the sink” garbage bins don’t matter but what about the ones you proudly display in your kitchen or next to the copy machine? Shouldn’t they look nice too? 20 bucks says your clients will [keep reading...]

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“Easing the Switch to Green Office Supplies”

Check us out on FastCompany.com ! Thanks to FastCompany Expert Blogger Glenn Croston for telling our story. Here’s some great excerpts: “Shoplet is taking this route and making it easy to switch to green because they see an opportunity; in the last 3 years they have seen demand for these products grow over 700%. “We [keep reading...]

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Become Green & Lean in Your Office

We received a lovely pamphlet on how to be Green & Lean in your workplace environment. Check out what it said: “At home, most of us recycle; many of us are committed to minimizing waste, buying organic and doing our part to help contribute to a healthier and greener environment. But in the workplace, it’s [keep reading...]

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How’d They Do That? Recycling Paper

Ever wonder how paper gets recycled? Sorting The first step involves sorting the paper to be recycled. Recycled paper should be kept free of contaminates such as food, plastic, metal, and other trash as these can make paper difficult to recycle. Contaminated paper which cannot be recycled is composted, burned for energy, or sent to [keep reading...]

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Benefits Of Recycling In The Workplace

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 to lower expenses. However, there are also broader programs you [keep reading...]