Below are some environmental practices that you may want to consider, in order to reduce the environmental impact of your daily operataions. This is part III of our series of green guides. Here is Part I, Reduce Carbon Footprint, and Part II, Greening Office Product
This is part II of our 5 part Guide to Green Office. This guide contains ways of measuring your environmental impacts as well as a checklist for things one could do in terms of greening one’s product line. A. Measuring the Environmental Impact of Switching
To set the tone for the relaunch of our blog, we wanted to post something that will hopefully define the style of our future posts to come. We wanted this post to incorporate a little bit of beauty, a little bit of function, a little
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
So, you’re thinking about converting your office or small business to an eco-friendly environment, but maybe you’re not sure where to begin. Well, for starters, there are many alternatives to traditional office supplies. Contrary to popular to belief, it’s much easier (and less costly) to
Photo courtesy of Sandra Suppa, FABER-CASTELL GmbH & Co., Germany PENCIL FOR A HUGE PERFECTIONIST? Guinness listed it as the World’s Largest Pencil in 2006 – at nearly 65 feet tall and requiring 7000+ man-hours over a two year period to complete…but where’s the eraser?
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