Scrap Tyres – Waste Not Want Not

Once a tyre is no longer fit for its primary purpose of moving your car along a road, what do you do with it? Do you simply toss it aside or jettison it in a landfill, or do you try to find a practical way in which it can be customised to give it a new lease of life?

This infographic from Titan Australia explores the alarming extent to which scrap tyres are wasted and suggests several different ways in which they can be repurposed. By finding a new use for scrap tyres rather than just dumping or burning them, you’ll be helping the environment and exercising your inner creator.

Next time you have a tyre that’s served its time propelling your vehicle, think about how it can be revamped into a solution for something in your home or garden instead of dumping it and creating another environmental problem in a world that’s full of them.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 22, 2017 at 12:30 pm

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Beauty products – How ‘organic’ are they really?

Did you know that it's the Soil Association’s Organic Beauty & Wellbeing Week?

To celebrate, Ethical Consumer have put together a list of the 68 certified organic brands covered in their recently updated beauty guides.

Their list will help you find certified organic products. Many products on the shop shelves claim to be ‘natural’ or ‘organic’, while containing zero organic ingredients.

This is because, unlike organic food, there are no legal standards for using the terms ‘natural’ or ‘organic’ on beauty products. See our beauty list to help you shop organic.

Ethical Guide to shampoo – a look behind their research

They sat down with Anna, their lead researcher on the Shampoo guide to find out more about the sector. Watch their interview to find out how they rated the brands, which companies responded to their questionnaire and the best ethical alternatives.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 19, 2017 at 7:56 am

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3 Natural Alternatives to Pesticide for Garden Pest Control

The damaging consequences of pesticide exposure have been well-documented the past couple of decades. From causing long-term health effects like birth defects to being linked to long-term bee population declines. Although industrial pesticide is largely seen as the culprit, we should still collectively play our part to help reduce pesticide exposure to our surrounding communities.

Instead of using chemical pesticide, try any of these natural eco-friendly methods to keep the pests at bay. These methods may not necessarily give instant results, but they are much more sustainable over the long-term and more beneficial for your health.

Biological Control

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Not all insects are pests. As gardeners, it's important to differentiate the good bugs from the bad ones. Biological control is a method of reducing pests by introducing natural enemies. For example, one way of keeping caterpillar populations in check is by introducing natural predators like ground beetles and damsel bugs. These bugs, for the most part, will leave your precious plants alone as their diet primarily consists of smaller animals like the caterpillar.

While some beneficial insects can be bought and shipped to your doorsteps, it is more sustainable over the long-term to attract beneficial insects that may already exist in your area. There are typically three conditions that need to be fulfilled to attract them: shelter, water, and food. The type of shelter will vary by species. For example, ground beetles like to take shelter in areas that have a diversity of perennial plants. Praying mantis, on the other hand, like to stick around foliage plants, where they can easily blend in and wait for their next prey. Keep in mind that biological control isn't limited to just insect predators. There are plenty of other wildlife species that could play a beneficial role. Examples include: birds, hedgehogs, frogs, and bats.

Pest-Repelling Plants

Growing vegetable or fruit crops in your backyard? Another natural pest control method to consider is companion planting. This refers to the concept of growing plants that provide some sort of benefit to its surroundings. Such benefits could include repelling pests, providing nutrients, or providing shade and support to the main crops.

In the context of pest control, one great companion plant is the lemongrass. A common ingredient found in natural insect repellents is citronella oil, which is extracted from lemongrass species. According to the National Pesticide information Center, citronella oil could repel pests by masking scents that are attractive to insects. Placing lemongrass plants around your backyard is unlikely to fully ward off pests like mosquitoes but it could at least form the first barrier of defense to ward off annoying pests.

DIY Natural Traps

Citronella oil is not the only natural ingredient that could help ward off pests from your backyard. Consider creating your own DIY pest traps by using other natural products such as diatomaceous earth, vinegar, and baking soda. Here is one interesting fact of the day. Diatomaceous earth is made from the fossilized remains of marine phytoplankton. The powder has sharp microscopic edges that lacerate the exoskeleton of most insects that come in contact with it. This eventually causes the insect to dehydrate and die. If you plan on creating your own natural pest traps then do be patient. Depending on the scale of the pest infestation, it could take anywhere between a few days to a few weeks to see notable results.

Pest season will be soon on its way so go the eco-friendly route by using natural alternatives to chemical pesticide products.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 19, 2017 at 5:27 am

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Organic Vs. Non-GMO Labels

For people who have become more conscious of what goes into what they eat, the good news is that an increasing number of food manufacturers are offering organic options, making organic food one of the fastest-growing segments of food production in the United States. The bad news is that all of those options can be confusing, especially when factoring in food made without genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Some people might be trying to eat an all-organic diet, and others may simply be trying to avoid GMOs. Although foods may be labeled as USDA-certified organic or Non-GMO, consumers may not understand the difference. In many cases, there is some overlap between the USDA Organic and Non-GMO labels, but there are some key differences consumers should be aware of when trying to make the distinction between organic foods and foods made without GMOs.

In general, foods bearing the USDA Organic label have been produced without the use of GMOs as well as other criteria that certify that the food has been produced with at least 95 percent organic ingredients. Foods that have been labeled as Non-GMO, on the other hand, only need to meet the criteria that they contain less than 1 percent of GMO content. Foods certified as Non-GMO may have been exposed to chemical pesticides or fertilizers, animals may have been subjected to antibiotics or hormones, and livestock may not have been fed using 100 percent organic feed. In short, all USDA Organic certified foods are Non-GMO, but not all Non-GMO certified foods are organic.

The increased variety and selection available at the grocery store today may be more confusing, but anyone who is concerned about what goes into their favorite organic chocolate brands will need to know the difference between the labeling and what the labels mean. The following chart helps delineate the differences between USDA Organic and Non-GMO labels, so review it the next time you check the labels on your favorite snacks.


Author bio: Chris Bekermeier is Vice President of Marketing at PacMoore. PacMoore is a food contract manufacturer that offers food processing and packaging services. Bekermeier received his B.S. in business management from Eastern Illinois University and his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. 

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 8, 2017 at 10:36 am

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Chaotic Brazilian Politics threatens Amazon rainforest conservation

The Amazon rainforest already faces devastation thanks to climate change and deforestation. Now politics is set to make things a whole lot worse thanks to the Brazilian former President, Dilma Rousseff, being impeached.

How come? It looks like a subset of the National Congress of Brazil, which represents agribusinesses and big landowners, is using the political uncertainty to force through legislation designed to reverse various legal protections that have kept the forest relatively safe until now.

Greed sits at the heart of the initiative

This greedy group is keen to make more cash from the rainforest, and wants to open up former conservation areas to mining and agriculture in a horribly short-sighted initiative. Michel Temer, the ex-President's successor, isn't helping matters. He has decided to fast-track a handful of huge infrastructure development projects that require large-scale deforestation, including the hotly contested Cuiaba-Santarem road, set to cut the Amazon in half with devastating results. At the same time the Brazilian Ministry of Environment's budget has just been cut by more than 40% and science budgets have plummeted by 44%, mirroring a post-truth cut in similar budgets in other countries.

All this means Brazil’s long standing environmental licensing process could be under threat, with environmental law enforcement at an all-time low. Constitutional amendment 65 is the culprit, a piece of legislation that will force government agencies to agree all proposed infrastructure projects no matter how seriously they affect the forest. All that's needed is a three-fifths majority vote and amendment 65 will become law.

Goodbye to hard-won rainforest stability in the region

It's terrible news since the Brazilian Amazon had been relatively stable for a decade or so until three years ago, when we saw a sudden and dramatic hike in new deforestation. 2016 saw a rise of just under 30% compared to 2015, something that conservationists are laying at the feet of global price hikes on soya beans and beef, both frequently grown on deforested land.

Indigenous landowners to the rescue

The best hope of positive action comes from the forests' indigenous people, who have enjoyed considerable success protecting their own land. In these areas deforestation is just 10% of that in non-indigenous owned areas.  Around 3000 indigenous people are about to join an encampment in Brasilia to protest about the cuts in funding.  As one commentator said in New Scientist magazine, (https://www.newscientist.com/article/2129024-amazon-rainforest-under-threat-as-brazil-tears-up-protections/) “Indigenous people across the country are outraged at the failure to safeguard their land, without which they cannot survive.”

Add your voice to the protest

Can you help by protesting direct to the Brazilian government? Yes, you can. All you need to do is click here to see how you can help.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 5, 2017 at 7:38 am

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6 Things You Can Do Today to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

People talk a lot about the negative effects pollution is having on planet Earth. There is no question that pollution is taking a major toll on our planet.

It is not easy, though, to know exactly how you can help make a difference. However, there are multiple actions you can take every day that will positively impact the environment and make our planet a little healthier. Look at these six things you can start doing today to reduce your carbon footprint.

Unplug Electronics

Not only is powering off your gadgets great for the devices, it’s also great for the planet. Unplug chargers that aren’t in use instead of letting them dangle from the outlet. There’s more good news beyond helping the planet; the U.S. Department of energy says that adopting these practices will save you up to $100 annual on your energy bill.

Recycle

Reduce your trash output – landfills are a major source of greenhouse gases and pollution. Most of us know about the basics of recycling cardboard cereal boxes and glass jars, but recycling is more sophisticated than that. Make sure you recycle everything from your toothbrush to your car. Look online for businesses that help you keep your belongings out of the landfill, from automobile recylers to companies that take old toilets.

Utilize Public Transit

The average American spends 18 days per year in a car, each emitting its own weight in carbon dioxide. Make it a point to ride in the car less often by taking public transit or setting up a carpool. This slashes the number of vehicles on the road and drastically reduces the amount of carbon dioxide that’s released too. Are you looking to green your office? Set up a carpool sign up sheet or see if your employer supports working from home.

Filter Your Water

If you buy packaged bottled water, the planet feels it. The plastic waste takes a toll on the environment, not to mention the effort it took to transport those bottled waters to the store. In most counties tap water is suitable, or you can filter your own drinking water.

Adjust Your Thermostat

Some simple adjustments to the setting of your thermostat can make a big impact on the planet. If you keep your home just two degrees warmer in the summer months and two degrees cooler in the winter months, you can save money on your energy bills. Turning off your thermostat when you’re away from home can save you up to 15 percent on your energy bill, too.

You can use your curtains to help save energy too. Buy energy-efficient curtains that insulate and monitor your home’s temperature. You can keep your curtains closed at night during the winter to keep in the warmth.

Shop Local

Make it a point to find food grown close to home at local farmer’s markets and in the stores. Do what you can to buy things like strawberries and watermelons grown near you to slash the carbon emissions of the vehicles used to bring those fruits across country to you. By shopping local, not only do you support people in your community, you help the environment.

Everything you consume requires energy for its manufacture, transportation and disposal.  You can curb your carbon footprint by wasting less and choosing products that are local or made with recycled materials.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 4, 2017 at 7:10 pm

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20 Fascinating Facts About Water

Even though we inhabit a planet that is almost 70% water, one out of every 10 people in Earth does not have access to a clean water supply. More than 1.75 million children die each year from drinking polluted water, which is unjustifiable when global spend on bottled water could provide everyone in the world with a clean supply three times over.

These are among the extraordinary facts about water which appear in the video below, which was produced by Nature’s Water (www.natureswater.ie/uv-sterilizer.html). It is not meant to be a finger-pointing, guilt-tripping exercise in blame, but rather a thought-provoking perspective on how the world’s water is used. We can all do our little bit to use water more efficiently for the benefit of those who aren’t fortunate enough to have easy access to the resource.

Take a look at the video and think about what you could do to encourage water conservation and help those who crave the clean water that many of us take for granted.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 4, 2017 at 6:58 pm

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10 ways to make your small business eco-friendly

Going green is not only popular, it’s also morally right. You might not have all of the resources to make your small business 100 percent eco-friendly right away. However, you can still make a positive impact on the earth as you grow and succeed in your business. Not sure where to start? Here are 10 ways you can make your small business eco-friendly.

Invest in eco-friendly office supplies

If you want to become eco-friendly, you have to start within your business. Using eco-friendly office supplies will remind you and your employees how important it is to be a green business while also reducing waste. Eco-friendly supplies include recycled folders, recycled paper towel rolls and tissues, refillable whiteboard markers, reusable cups and mugs, recycling bins and much more. You can also incorporate more greenery while adding a bright aesthetic to your office by having moss terrariums or Zen mini gardens.

Use LED lighting.

Using LED lighting can help reduce energy waste as well as rid of the noxious chemicals (like mercury) you’d get from fluorescent lighting. Although they’re a bit more expensive, they last much longer than traditional lightbulbs. In fact, they’re 80 percent more efficient, with 95 percent of the energy in LED bulbs is converted into light and 5 percent converted into heat (the opposite is true for traditional fluorescent lights). LED lights also don’t contain toxic elements and have a better quality of light distribution, which means that less bulbs are needed to bring light into your office or store. Good for the environment and good for your budget!

Online marketing campaigns

Instead of taking ads out in the paper or putting up flyers, invest your marketing campaigns to be strictly online. Social media and email threads are a great way to expand your brand while also reducing paper usage, which reduces pollution and saves some trees! You can also encourage your customers to be eco-friendlier as well as starting discussions with them on how to make your small business even more green.

Shop local

For your equipment, ingredients or anything you need for your small business, try to buy from local vendors. Shopping local not only helps the environment, but it also supports your local small business. By shopping local, you’ll have less deliveries, which cuts down air pollution caused by delivery trucks. You can also partner with your fellow local business for more green initiatives, taking action on sustainability. You can develop strategies for a more circular economy, which promotes local sourcing of material and reduces the consumption of natural resources.

Brand green promotional products

Instead of branding one-time use bottles of water, look into branding reusable water bottles. This way, you’re helping the planet by reducing plastic pollution while also enhancing your brand. If you offer your customers one-time use bottles, they’ll throw them out and will probably forget about your business. However, by giving them a reusable water bottle, they’ll have a continually reminder of your brand and business. Customers will also feel good for helping reduce the planet’s plastic waste.

Offer eco-friendly products

Offering eco-friendly products helps the environment, your conscience and your customers’ consciences as well. By offering or selling environmentally friendly products, your customers will have that charitable fulfillment and will continue to shop at your store in order to keep helping the environment. It also might inspire them to incorporate a greener lifestyle. Eco-friendly products include reusable bags, soaps or fragrances using plant resources and sustainable oils, non-animal tested products, biodegradable wrappers or containers and much, much more.

Travel eco-friendly

The U.S. Census Bureau reports that 86 percent of workers commute to work by car and at least 75 percent drive alone. Your car emits carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides and particulate matter, all of which create an atmospheric haze and can damage your lungs and the earth. Instead of driving or driving alone, bike or walk to work, take public transportation or set up a company carpool chain. If you can, allow your employees to work from home once in a while. This will help reduce harmful chemicals in our atmosphere, and the earth – and your lungs – will thank you for it!

Offer customer rewards

Reward your customers with giveaways or coupons for being green. For a giveaway, hold a contest on social media using a specific hashtag to incentivize your customers to go green. It could be as simple as them posting a picture of how they’ve made a green change in their life and then a random winner being selected (either for a gift card, a free product or a special discount code). Also have “green days” in which customers who bring in items for recycling, use paperless receipts or purchase eco-friendly products get a small discount on their total bill.

Check your receipts

Offering customers a choice between paper and email receipt can decreased your use of paper, which keeps your business eco-friendly! While not all customers will want a receipt emailed to them, giving them the choice increases their likelihood of receiving paperless receipts (or no receipt at all). You should also use recycled receipt paper for those who still want a paper receipt. If you provide a service, stick to online only invoicing to reduce the use of paper.

Get listed on eco-friendly websites

Being environmentally sound can provide benefits to the environment, your conscience and your small business. Eco-friendly websites will want their users knowing which businesses in their area are environmentally friendly. By greening up your business, you can reach out to these sites to be featured. You can also learn even more innovate ways to make your business green!

Implementing some, if not all, of these 10 tips will help you green your business. Going green isn’t just good marketing – it’s good morals. You’re helping your business and the earth when you take care of the environment. If you don’t have the resources to go completely green, you could take out a small business loan to help jumpstart the process, or you can start small and grow from there.


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Constantina is a new addition to the SEO team at Kabbage, a small business loans provider. She holds a Master’s degree from Northwestern University, where she learned how to create content that could best be organically shared. When not in the marketing world, Constantina enjoys strategy games and singing along to the Law & Order: SVU theme song.

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Posted by Guest Author - April 28, 2017 at 4:23 pm

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Natural Cleaners You Should Be Careful With

There are many advantages to using substances that are found naturally instead of chemically synthesized ones. Firstly they come at a lower cost, if any at all, since most of them are commonly-found household items. They are better for you where your health is concerned, because they are not toxic or poisonous like chemicals, some of them are even put in food. But despite all their advantages they are not a be all end all solution to everything.

Vinegar – a natural substance used widely from cleaning surfaces to cleaning the inside of espresso machines. While it has found its use in many a kitchen in some other places it is less than ideal. Vinegar is not suitable for cleaning natural stone. The acidity of vinegar may etch the stone surface and ruin it. This effect is not exclusive only to vinegar but to most acidic substances such a lemon juice. Vinegar is less than ideal for cleaning hardwood floors and some metal surfaces because of the aforementioned acidity that may burn beyond the stain and into the matter beneath it.

Baking soda is also a commonly used substance to clean with even by professionals like Finchley Efficient FlatClean . It is a base or alkaline, where as vinegar is acidic, meaning it has the opposite effect. While baking soda is greatly effective in removing stains from carpets and cleaning bathroom surfaces, its use on aluminium as a detergent is not recommended, as it diminishes the unreactive protective oxide layer of this metal. Furthermore continued exposure of bare skin to large amounts of baking soda changes the natural pH level of the skin, destroying its acid layer and disturbing the bacterial composition.

Some natural cleaners also should not be mixed, as they might react in an unpleasant manner. Vinegar and baking soda are on the opposite sides of the pH scale, one is an acid the other – a base, and when mixed in a closed container the vinegar may cause the baking soda to foam, which might lead to an explosion. Vinegar and hydrogen peroxide are excellent cleaners on their own, but when mixed create peracetic acid, the fumes of which can irritate the eye and skin and cause lung damage. Castile soap when mixed with vinegar causes the castile soap to become unsaponified. While not dangerous this substance accomplishes the exact opposite of the task it was probably meant for. It becomes a nasty paste that just takes more of your time to clean up. To get the full effect of both substances they should be used separately, one after the other.

Many products found in supermarkets are labeled as Green or Natural, but this is done only for marketing purposes. One need only look at the content description to get a real sense of what these products actually are made from. Most of the text you will read will make no sense to you unless you have a background in chemistry. Some natural cleaners have been found to contain cancerogenic substances such as benzene or 1,4 dioxane. The ‘Green’ label on the product may also stem from the possibility that the manufacturer uses biodegradable containers rather than ‘green’ cleaner. In fact the terms ‘Green’ and ‘Natural’ are only used as a marketing tactic and have no basis at all in science. If one wishes to avoid the dangers of synthetic substances and use truly natural cleaners, the prudent decision would be to stick to the classics baking soda, lemon juice and vinegar, where their use is applicable of course.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - April 20, 2017 at 7:52 am

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Looking to Green Your Office? Follow These 3 Easy Steps!

In any given time, there are two types of people who are reading this blog: the optimist and the sceptic. If you are one of the optimists, you are likely ready to invest your time and money to green your office. You are likely to know why you want this—in fact, you probably have read several other articles related to the topic. If this is you, go ahead and check out our carefully crafted steps and unique recommendations to make your green office one of a kind.

If you are a sceptic, however, you might not want to skip this part. Do you know that one of the most popular false mindsets in going green for businesses is that it costs an extraordinary amount of money? This could be what makes you be sceptical in the first place. If this is so, get ready to be blown away.

It’s true that environmentally friendly products can be more expensive than their regular counterparts, but what people often miss is the long term benefits. Companies, either big or small, can reduce their costs quite significantly by going green.  Governments give out tax credits and tax reliefs for businesses that implement energy-saving plan into their operations. But that is the indirect way of going about it. What about the direct way? What can a company do to save the environment and energy cost at the same time? Read the easy steps below.

#1. Sleep

Yes, sleep! Not for you, but for your electronics. Putting your PCs to sleep can reduce carbon emission by 300 lbs. per year[1]. Carbon emission is the release of carbon into the atmosphere, which can cause climate change, decreased water and food supply, and increased incidents of severe weather. Roughly 35% of energy usage in offices comes from lighting, so turn off lamps when not in use, as well as printers and copier machines.

To give you an idea what reducing carbon emission can do to your business, DuPont, a chemical manufacturer, saved approximately $3 billion in over two decades[2] by using this method.

#2. Get Intimate with the 5Rs

Have you heard of the 3Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle? That is so last season! Now there are five: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, and Recycle. The main point of this practice is to prioritise your company’s needs relating to items’ purchases and uses.

Here’s the breakdown:

  1. Refuse teaches you not to buy what your company doesn’t need, at all.
  2. Exercise Reduce by restraining the company’s overall consumption of supplies. This means you have to be smart in selecting your products. LED lights are more efficient and last longer than fluorescent bulbs. In the long term, they will reduce energy consumption by 35% in the commercial sector[3]. Another example is choosing AFRDI Green Certified ergonomic office chairs over regular chairs. Providing support and comfort to your employee will increase concentration and productivity, and you also improve nature’s sustainability by choosing a green product.
  3. Drop the disposable option and go for The simplest tip is to look at your company’s pantry or cafeteria. Are they using throwaway plastic plates, spoon, and fork? Minnetonka Middle School substituted their plastic wares with metal wares in the student cafeterias, and they reduced their cost by $3000 in just one year[4] without any significant increase in labour time and water consumption.
  4. Repurpose old office supplies and office waste. Got old cardboard boxes lying around? Convert it to DIY tissue holder or charger organiser. General Motors repurposed their office waste by donating them to other smaller businesses and organisations, effectively promoting sustainability.
  5. If all else fails, Recycle! The EPA states 82% of electronic waste today still ends up in a landfill. E-waste produces toxic chemicals such as cadmium and arsenic which can be deadly to people living in the vicinity. Recycling paper can help save water, trees, and oil—all of which were used in the production.

#3. Carpool or Stay at Home

Working from home help reduces auto and gas emissions, as well as energy consumption. It can also increase employee productivity up to 13%[5] while keeping them happy at the same time. Remote work also means a reduced budget for office space and supplies.

If you are in a kind of businesses that mandates your employee to come to the office, you can encourage your employees to carpool or you can provide a corporate shuttle. Aside from reducing carbon dioxide emission, this option may save money by eliminating the need to rent or build a car park.

So there you have it! These 3 easy steps are a great start to your green company. If by any chance, you are building a new office or are looking to change up the office to a greener version, you can build a virtual layout and get cost estimation before actually going through with it. This way, you can optimise and customise your green office.

Now, let’s say you follow all these steps religiously and you make all these green policies in the workplace. And yet, the annual evaluation doesn’t reflect this effort. Your company experiences no real benefit from going green. How could this be?

Employees are the human aspect—and an important aspect—of going green that are often overlooked. Research indicates only about 34% employees are aware of their company’s environmental targets[6]. About 64% of them admit that lack of empowerment and communication causes them to be less green at work. Awareness is important. A good employer wouldn’t just tell their employees what to do—they would give understanding and involve employees in the process.

With all these information, are you ready to go green? Design your green office layout, purchase the right, sustainable supplies, and turn off your electronics when you don’t use them. Get to know your 5Rs and apply them, and manage how your employees get to and from work. Do all those things, along with spreading awareness and providing support and motivation, and guaranteed—your company will see benefits, environmentally and monetarily, in no time!

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Posted by Eco Warrior - April 20, 2017 at 7:35 am

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