Information inside this toolkit will focus on mitigating the pollution created from employee commuting and business travel, shipping and receiving, and delivery fleets.
This toolkit will walk you through how to reduce your energy usage in the office by using energy-efficient equipment. Implementing these changes will help you minimize your costs and your environmental footprint.
A sustainable culture requires a devoted commitment from the organization’s leaders and dedicated practices that are implemented in the business. Initially, the business must prove to its employees that the sustainable efforts are a priority and a crucial part of the future success of the business. Through education, competitions, workshops, and projects, everyone can enjoy learning about and participating in the sustainability initiatives. Raising awareness within the office, offering incentives, and conveying achievements will encourage
Your business is one of a kind. The products and services that you provide are different from others and, consequently, so is your waste. You might encounter issues throughout the process of reducing your waste, but businesses that reduce waste are regarded more favorably by customers, the public, and their own employees. When you company participates in waste reduction, it motivates other people and other businesses to do the same. Use this toolkit as your guide to making waste reduction a part of your business’s everyday operations.
There are many incentives for choosing green building practices, including financial benefits. Cost-benefit analyses show that green buildings can save money over their lifetimes.
To secure a more sustainable future, alternative energy sources will need to start playing a much larger role in our current energy mix. From this toolkit you will learn about alternative energy sources that could be beneficial to your business.