Tag Archives: Waste and recycling
Going green is good for business and good for the environment. Going green doesn’t necessarily mean spending lots of money. In fact, going green can actually save you money. Below I have outlined 25 low cost going green tips for the office. Where relevant I have added links to the going green tips to articles which provide more detailed information. (image attribution: ponsulak)
Recycling commences at the waste disposal level with segregation and containment of individual waste streams. Segregation, containment, transportation and processing of waste streams are parts of waste management. Each part of the waste management and recycling process requires adequate equipment to optimise the whole process making it even more profitable. (image attribution: akeeris)
In a general office, printing is one of the main environmental impacts associated with day-to-day operations. It is also one of the easiest environmental impacts to tackle that will deliver immediate environmental benefits as well as costs savings. This article provides practical green printing tips and advice. (image attribution: digitalart)
A typical office produces huge volumes of waste. For example, an office of 100 people produces on average 20 bags of waste a week. This is equivalent to filling fifty 1,100L waste bins in a year!!
The crazy thing is that over 90% of office waste can be recycled. This article provides 7 top tips for reducing your waste and implementing an effective recycling system.