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Save Money by Being Environmentally Conscious

Staying Out of the Red by Going Green: How Businesses Actually Save Money by Being Environmentally Conscious

This was written by Miles Hall of businessbroker.net.

The going green initiative has been well under way for a few years now, but many businesses – small and large – are still hesitant to join the movement. They often assume that going green is synonymous with spending more money when this simply not the case. Businesses that cut down on carbon emissions and energy usage may have to purchase new products that are more efficient, but these end up paying for themselves in the long run due to lower operating costs. When it comes to our planet, every little bit helps so even seemingly small steps can add up to big benefits for businesses and the environment.

Cut Out Expensive and Damaging Commutes

For many offices, employees commuting to work are the biggest negative impact the company has on the environment. One vehicle can produce tons of damaging carbon dioxide emissions per year and this compounds when every employee is driving one vehicle to the same place day in and day out. Setting up a commuting policy can drastically reduce the number of vehicles that a company is putting onto the road every day, and employees end up saving a lot of money as well. Better yet, if a business can implement telecommuting options it can reduce carbon emissions even further and save more money. An employee base that telecommutes means that the company can reduce its office size and save money with utilities, leases, and printing.

Video Conferencing

A simple fact of the matter is that businesses no longer need to send employees flying around the world for every meeting. Obviously face to face meetings are still needed, especially with building inspections and the like, but more often than not video conferencing can serve the same purpose without relying on air travel that is damaging to the atmosphere. Technology is advancing at such a rate that there are few drawbacks to using phone or videoconferencing over travel. Businesses save money by avoiding expensive travel arrangements and save immense amount of their employees’ time.

Try to Go Paperless by Utilizing Cloud Storage and Using Efficient Printers

Businesses are one of the key culprits in paper waste but there are steps they can take to cut down on paper usage. Cloud storage technologies allow for large amounts of data to be saved and accessed from any location with an internet connection. This means employees or clients can merely download any files they need without having to have a hard copy sent to them. Of course, hard copies are unavoidable in an office but by purchasing a quality laser printer offices can efficiently print large quantities. Recycling and using recycled laser cartridges further cuts down on cost and environmental impact.

Smart Power Strips, Efficient Lighting

More steps can be taken around the office to insure that the workplace is using energy efficiently. Plugging computers and appliances into smart power strips keeps these products from using electricity when they are not being used. After everyone clocks out the power strips can tell that the devices are no longer being used and can disconnect from the outlet automatically. This keeps appliances and electronics from using “vampire power” which can add up to a big electric bill for larger offices. Efficient lighting techniques can also add up to huge savings. Placing automatic dimmers than turn off lights when no one is present, or dim the lights when there is enough natural lighting, can help to save up to 30% on energy costs.

These are in no way the only ways businesses can help save money, and the planet. The important factor is realizing that going green does not equal higher operating costs; the opposite is almost always true. Not only do businesses save money, but they also increase their public image and their employees pride in the company.

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Eco-Friendly Printing Tips

Eco-Friendly Printing Tips

This was written by Veronica Pamoukaghlian of Print Ninja.

Some people claim that the greenest page of all is the page that never gets printed at all. However, there is a noble and comfortable quality to paper that makes us think that the future is more in print optimization than in abandoning printing altogether.

Companies today need to strive for a sustainable printing environment. The first concern is reducing print volumes, naturally, but then, recycling paper, optimizing the use of the printed page and utilizing eco-friendly systems and paper for printing are none the less important.

Paper does not only consume trees. The paper industry is one of the largest consumers of water and energy worldwide, thus the environmental impact of printing is more dramatic than it may seem at first-hand.

Education

In the US, the average student is said to generate more than a hundred pounds of paper waste every year. The recycling of this waste is of the essence, but improving practices in order to generate less waste is equally important.

Schools and colleges rely heavily on printing, but they are also the places where kids and young people can learn good eco-printing practices, a paradox that the modern world needs to resolve, in order to achieve a more sustainable existence.

Best Practices

Double-sided printing is one of the simplest ways to conserve paper. Assessing the real impact and the environmental footprint of our printing activities is also key, especially in the case of companies and organizations.

The quality and kind of printing products and practices you use are important as well. For example, limiting in-house printing and hiring an eco-friendly printing company to take care of your essentials is a good idea, if you don´t have the infrastructure to ensure that all your practices and products are 100% green. Likewise, printing with soy ink on recycled paper is much less harmful for the environment than using oil-based inks. In fact, several printer manufacturers such as Samsung, are putting out eco-friendly printers more often every day.

On the one hand, you need to make sure that all of your equipment meets eco-label criteria, and on the other hand, you can always buy green recycled paper instead of white paper that requires thousands of trees to be cut off to achieve that perfect whiteness we have become so used to.

Prioritizing is one of the key aspects of going green when it comes to printing. For example, when you absolutely must print something, it is always a good idea to do so in a way that you know your printed paper will have another use next.

Last but not least, paper is so flexible and colourful sometimes that it can be used to create awesome crafts and decorations, mutating into all kinds of beautiful/useful objects. Check out cheapideas.com´s Recycled paper section for some fabulous paper craft ideas.

Adopting more eco-friendly printing practices is one of the simplest, most effective things you can do to contribute to the sustainability of our planet´s ecosystems.

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Business Can Be Greener in the Workplace

How Your Business Can Be Greener in the Workplace

This was written by First Choice Business Systems.

There are many benefits to having an environmentally friendly business. Not only is it good for the wider environment, it can also help reduce overall running costs within the workplace.

It may sound like a big deal when green experts wax lyrical about just how easy it is to turn your business green, but there are numerous features you can introduce simply to reduce waste and save energy. Regardless of whether your business is home-based or in a bricks-and-mortar office here are some of the easiest measures you can implement to go green.

Switch off equipment when not in use

It may seem like a trivial thing but you can save up to 25 per cent on wasted energy just by turning off electrical equipment such as desktops, monitors and printers when they are not in use. It is said you can save an additional 50 per cent by making sure all electrical equipment is switched off at the end of the day and not left on overnight.

Use recycled materials and biodegradable packaging

Business waste can actually carry an unnecessary high premium, with many firms spending as much as 4 per cent of their annual turnover on wasted materials and packaging. By instead using recycled paper and biodegradable packaging for goods and services, you can dramatically reduce waste costs.

Communicate via email

Businesses should encourage their employees to communicate via email and read messages on screen to determine whether it is truly necessary to print them. You will be surprised just how much paper you waste by needlessly printing agendas and memos that can simply be read on a screen or written down by hand.

Introduce plants to your office

Why not introduce some plants in your place of work? They not only make your office look nicer they can also work to absorb airborne pollutants and negative ions from computers, as well emitting oxygen – making your office a much more attractive place to be.

Encourage green habits to and from work

Why not consider introducing a carpool scheme in which staff can lift share or take public transport where possible. Lift sharing obviously saves on fuel and public transport often works out cheaper than filling a car with petrol or diesel and paying car parking fees.

Not all green initiatives will save your business money or cost you nothing in the process, but it is a great way of benefitting your people, your profits and your general reputation.

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Eco-Friendly Promotional Merchandise

Eco-Friendly Promotional Merchandise to Showcase Your Business

This guest post is by TC Advertising Gifts of www.tcadvertisinggifts.co.uk.

Promotional merchandise has become an increasingly popular vehicle for showcasing your brand. Used by organisations across the globe, companies are keen to promote their offering using various products – from branded pens and pencils to mugs and corporate clothing, the options are endless!

One particular growing trend is the requirement for environmentally friendly promotional products. In line with the corporate desire to act in a socially responsible and ethical manner by utilising recycled goods, many promotional merchandise companies are now offering eco-friendly products to their customers.

Whilst there are many eco-friendly branded products on the market, a few of the most popular and cost effective choices are discussed in more detail below…

Eco-Friendly Pens

Promotional pens are extremely popular items and ideal for giving away at exhibitions, seminars and events as well as for use by employees within your organisation. Branded pens and other stationary are a relatively cheap marketing solution and can help to remind customers, potential customers and suppliers etc. of your existence.

Pens generally have quite a long life span and tend to be used on a daily basis. With every use, there will be a subtle reinforcement of your brand to the user. This will help to keep your brand at the forefront of their memory within your particular niche and this increased awareness can lead to extra business for your organisation over time.

Eco-Friendly Paper

Recycled paper is another popular merchandise product and can come in a variety of sizes and styles, such as basic sticky notes to large notepads and jotters. Paper products work well as they are always needed, especially when it comes to sticky notes and memo pads for office workers!

Paper products also allow for a little more branding than smaller items such as pens or keyrings, and you can really make the most of the available space by including your logo and key brand messaging. Company contact details can also be featured; ensuring critical calls to action are present on the promotional material.

Branded notepads are also very well received internally by employees, and they will allow them to appear professional at meetings by carrying a company branded notebook over a generic pad.

Eco-Friendly Mugs

Eco-friendly mugs are another excellent example of useful promotional items which get used on a daily basis. They can usually be quite flexible on design, allowing you to display something as basic as a company logo or even a more intricate design or image.
Corporate branded mugs are also great to have in the office, so you can offer matching printed mugs to visitors at meetings and events.

Eco-Friendly Keyrings & Fobs

Keyrings and fobs act as subtle brand reminders and work especially well for service led businesses such as taxi companies, hairdressers, mechanics or even a local takeaway, essentially those businesses which like you to keep their number to hand!

They are a low cost solution and can come in a range of styles and colours in line with your branding requirements. Popular recycled styles include those made from drinks bottles and recycled paper, as well as recycled leather options.

Eco-Friendly Bag

Eco-friendly cotton shopper bags are another popular item which is ideal for giveaway at conferences and exhibitions. They can be used effectively to house promotional material e.g. brochures as well as other promotional gifts such as pens, notebooks etc.

You can choose to stick with a simple logo led design or alternatively, opt for something a little more exciting to capture attention and make your bag a ‘must-have’ accessory!

To conclude, it is clear that there are many available options when it comes to choosing an eco-friendly product. Each of which will help to promote your brand and further increase reach and levels of brand awareness. A successful brand strategy will be enhanced with the proper promotional merchandise. So the next time you are choosing promotional merchandise for your brand, why not consider eco-friendly items? After all, they are a cost-effective and socially responsible choice!

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How Your Company Can Go Green

How Your Company Can Go Green Right Now

This guest post is by Lindsay Mineo of Palatin Remodeling, Inc.

Making environmentally friendly choices in your office today

Going green can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different companies, but at the basic core is the desire to do business in a way that is more sustainable and returns resources back to the planet. For a long time the notion of assisting the environment and making a profit have been mutually exclusive ideas, but now that the concept has been shattered more companies are wondering how to take the first steps. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways your company can “go green” and be more sustainable right now. Yes, even as you’re sitting there reading this, you can make a change in your company. After all, one sustainable change begets another and before you know it you’re making waves.

Reducing office resources

Most offices go through a lot of resources without even realizing it. Even though much of our work is done online or at least at a computer (and many companies communicate with other offices entirely electronically), we can still expend a large amount of paper products and other resources without even realizing it. Whether you go through a lot of Post-It notes to give yourself or your coworkers little reminders, accidentally print the whole document when all you needed was the first page, or regularly print outlines for office meetings when everyone brings their laptops anyway, reducing or eliminating your paper and tangible resources can be done today. Rather than just tossing those accidentally printed papers in the trash (or recycling bin, if your company uses one), turn them over and utilize the back side for your scrap paper. This can give paper another chance before being trashed, and will cut down on your use of Post-Its, saving the company a little money, too.

Reducing energy in the office

Even small offices use a ton of energy for daily tasks, but many people don’t realize that energy consumption continues after 5 o’clock. Set your office thermostat to have a constant, comfortable temperature during working hours. One problem with offices, especially during the summer, is that they act like freezers, forcing employees to come to work with a coat even though it’s 80 degrees outside. Set the thermostat to a more realistic temperature, like 75 degrees, during the day; this still keeps the office cool and your air conditioner won’t have to work quite so hard and your energy bills won’t be quite so high. Keep the office refrigerator set at a medium level rather than full blast to cut down on energy consumption and keep foods fresher (your salad could wilt from freezing in the back of the fridge!). Remember to turn off your computers and monitors at the end of the day and turn off all lights when the room or office isn’t in use. You could also consider installing a motion detector on your light switches and putting in energy efficient bulbs when the old ones burn out.

Recycle!

If your company isn’t recycling already, get a program in place. Even if you think you’re recycling because you have individual recycling bins for paper, make sure the cleaning crew is actually recycling them and not just lumping all the bins together. You can start by setting up labeled boxes or bins and sending out an email (forget memos!) to everyone that plastic bottles, aluminum cans and paper will now be individually collected. It might take a little while for everyone to catch on and stop instinctively tossing the soda can into the trash, but even a little bit helps. Then, contact the owner of the building and ask about getting a building-wide recycling program started. Chances are the building owner or landlord will be interested in doing so, especially if he or she knows tenants are already interested in participating. If the owner or landlord isn’t interested in recycling (shame on them!), try talking directly with the cleaning crew. They might already be sorting cans and bottles out to recycle on their own to collect extra cash and might be able to help out with paper products.

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4 Ways to Go Green with Your Online Business

4 Ways to Go Green with Your Online Business

This guest post is by Tasha Yang of makecrazymoney.org.

As an increasing number of people are concerned with going green and helping the environment, more businesses are focusing on embracing these principles in order to keep up with customer demands and to help the planet. Online businesses may have a harder time embracing green policies in the workplace. Although by definition many online businesses already adhere to some green practices since they do not have large retail establishments or storefronts, there are still several ways than an online business can go green. Here are four easy ways to help the environment while still helping your business to succeed.

1. Virtual Business Travel

Many online businesses travel extensively around the country or even the world to meet with clients, buyers or potential investors. While some travel may be necessary for the benefit of your business, make sure that you also consider virtual conferences in lieu of expensive travel that creates extensive carbon emissions. For the price of just one plane ticket, you could buy a virtual conferencing system to make communicating with clients in real time easier than ever.

2. Encourage Employees to Work from Home

If you have an online business that does not receive physical clients in the office, you may have the option of working from home instead of in a central location. Rather than paying for a large office space, using electricity, forcing your employees to make long commutes which uses more fossil fuels and wasting valuable time each day coming to and from work, you can have employees work from home. Not only will they appreciate the time they save each day, but you will have lower overhead expenses and help the environment at the same time. It may also surprise you to learn that employees who work from home are actually more productive than those who work in an office setting.

3. Reduce Product Packaging

If your online business sells a product that gets shipped, there may be ways that you can reduce the amount of packaging used. Many products use plastic, Styrofoam and cardboard unnecessarily, and customers often prefer less packing material and a more environmentally friendly shipping policy.

4. Embrace Internet Correspondence

Many businesses use physical mail or flyers in mailboxes to attract local customers and clients. While that may be effective in some cases, it is also damaging for the environment. A smarter and more cost-effective option it to use Internet correspondence instead. Social media networking and communication may prove to be more effective at reaching clients, offering discounts to consumers and increasing brand awareness, and it will be significantly cheaper than mailing paperwork to a person’s home.

Adopting green practices for your online business can help to cut energy costs, reduce your carbon footprint and encourage environmentally conscious consumers to patronize your business. These four steps can go a long way in transforming your online company into a green business.

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New Start-Ups and Green Transitions

New Start-Ups and Green Transitions

This guest post is by Felicia Baratz-Savage of Eat Breathe Blog.

Green is big for both large, established companies like Volvo and small start-ups. Incorporating green practices and branding initiatives into your marketing and development cycle can reap big rewards with consumers. From switching to green suppliers and greening your office procedures to creating green products and investing in green building, there are lots of ways you can find to help the environment. Start small and work your way up.

Easy Places to Start

Adding green efforts to your workplace can happen inside the office, in the ways that you work, and outside the office, with the products or services that you offer. Implementing these small steps can give you a sense of accomplishment.

  • Buy green supplies.
  • Upgrade to fuel-efficient company cars, or try hybrids or electric cars.
  • Unplug appliances at the end of the day, or when not in use, reducing energy use by 25 percent or more.
  • Conserve energy by using energy-efficient lighting and turning it off when not working.
  • Conserve water. Use a water bubbler in the office and stop carrying single-serving plastic water bottles.
  • Recycle paper, and encourage employees to print less or print double-sided.
  • Offer paperless communication to employees and clients.
  • Move everything from HR paperwork to payroll to an electronic format, saving time, money and paper.
  • Use a green cleaning company to keep your office sparkling and nature happy.
  • Develop an environmental business plan that lays out your commitments to sustainability and conservation, steps you have taken and future direction. This can be a valuable marketing tool as well as a roadmap.

As you work through these steps, outreach to employees at all levels, and to the suppliers with whom you do business. Celebrate the milestones of accomplishing each task, even if it seems small. If you pitch your reasons for going green now, you can create buy-in at the early stages that can really motivate change. You’ll also create a greener culture, and can begin to benefit from word-on-the-street buzz about your green transitions.

Next-Level Steps

You should be able to work your way through the initial steps without too much resistance. Some green processes, such as paperless billing, have become commonplace in employees’ personal lives. Next-level steps require a greater investment of time or money up front, but signal to investors and clients that you are serious.

  • Build green if you need to remodel, expand or develop a new property. Use existing standards such as Passivhaus or LEED to guide you.
  • Replace existing appliances, such as your office refrigerator, with energy-efficient ones.
  • Overhaul HVAC systems to become more energy-efficient.
  • Replace existing toilets with dual flush models, which help conserve water usage.
  • Hold a community workday where your staff helps clean up the community where you work, or hold a battery or electronics recycling drive.
  • Serve locally grown and locally prepared food during corporate meals

As you take steps to become greener, communicate your efforts to stakeholders, clients and community partners. Include green news in your newsletter or write a weekly blog posts that highlights sustainability. By communicating practical and helpful information about ecological and sustainable living, you add value to your marketing and communications. You also send the message that sustainability is an important business and personal issue. Even if you’re not as green as you want to be, communicate clearly every step you take and continue to strive toward a green future.

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Being Green Can Greatly Benefit Your Business

Being Green Can Greatly Benefit Your Business

As more and more people are beginning to see the benefits of going green, business owners are encouraged to take advantage of this trend. Going green is not only good for the planet, but also for your wallet. As a business owner, going green can save you time and money, all while helping you and your business to leave a smaller footprint on the environment.

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As more and more people are beginning to see the benefits of going green, business owners are encouraged to take advantage of this trend. Going green is not only good for the planet, but also for your wallet. As a business owner, going green can save you time and money, all while helping you and your business to leave a smaller footprint on the environment.

Save Money

One of the biggest benefits of going green for business owners is that it saves money. Many business owners are turning to an Internet fax service to send documents which would have been traditionally sent through a fax machine. An Internet fax service allows you to scan and send documents, just like a regular fax machine, but without the hassle of having to print. An Internet fax service also allows your business to fax documents to individuals who do not have access to a traditional fax machine. Just like switching to paperless documents, using an Internet fax service saves money by reducing the amount of paper and printing supplies you need, and it saves time by instantly sending your documents wherever you would like.

There are a number of ways to save money by going green, including using more paperless documents. Using paperless documents means less money spent on printing paper, less money spent on ink, toner and other printing supplies, and it can also make filing and storing documents easier. By going paperless, you can store large amounts of documents on a hard drive, meaning they can be easily accessed by your entire company, even if your employees are out of the office.

Save Time

Going can also help your business save time. For instance, by switching to energy-efficient CFL bulbs in your office, you won’t have to replace them nearly as often. Additionally, by going paperless, you can email project ideas to employees instantly instead of mailing them. You can also use the power of the Internet to conduct video conferencing sessions instead of driving or flying to meetings. Finally, you can even allow some employees to telecommute from home, meaning your employees can save time instead of driving in to work each day, and they can also use less fuel.

Improve Your Image

Because going green is important to many consumers, businesses that go green are often perceived to be more in tune with the general attitude of consumers. Many consumers will be more apt to do business with a green company because they value the company’s efforts to save the environment. Going green also means that you can market your business as a green business, and this can go a long way in getting noticed above your competition.

Improve Productivity

Going green can also help your business and employees to improve productivity. An example of this can be found in switching to CFL light bulbs. These bulbs often give off a softer glow, meaning your employees will not suffer from the eye strain which can occur with older bulb technologies, and therefore, they will be able to get more done with less breaks. Additionally, by allowing employees to telecommute, you give them the opportunity to work in a relaxed atmosphere of their choosing, meaning they are more likely to work harder, longer and smarter.

No matter what type of business you run, going green has many benefits. If you’re a business owner and you’d like to go green, but you aren’t sure where to start, try looking online for helpful tips from professionals. Going green often carries no expense, but it has a lot to offer.

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Market Your Business With Custom Logo Tote Bags

Marketing your business in this economy can be a challenge for smaller and medium sized businesses. Where do you spend the marketing budget? How do you get the best price? Recently we learned about Blue Soda Promo and their inexpensive Tote Bags. And this is a great way to market effectively and for low cost. It also ensures your marketing efforts are eco-friendly.

It seems everyone is offering reusable shopping bags recently. They can be found at places that don't typically scream they are protecting the planet, like gas stations and auto insurance companies. Businesses of all shapes and sizes are seeing the potential for offering customized logo tote bags to their clients and customers.

Plastic bag flying away.

Tote bags, or reusable shopping bags, are a great way to market a business by offering an option to clients to help avoid using plastic grocery bags. This is a wonderful way to help your clients or customers become more eco-friendly when they shop. 

Facts About Plastic Bags:
  • In the United States alone, around 100 billion plastic bags are used every year.
  • Even though recyclable, only about 3% actually are recycled.
  • Plastic debris was found in almost 75% of dead sea turtles in 2002.

By using bags that are reusable we can help minimize our impact on the Earth by avoiding the addition of more plastic to our landfills and prevent the release of more harmful greenhouse gasses. They help the environment by eliminating extra waste and oil needed to produce them every year. In addition to helping the environment reusable bags make sense for consumers.

Benefits of Reusable Bags

Reusable shopping bags are known to carry as much as twice the amount as the typical plastic bag and they are easier on the hands. The soft fabric handles seen most often on these types of tote bags make them easier to carry. Whether held in your hand or over your shoulder, these bags are eco-friendly and comfortable. Many are even washable and can last for years. Their uses don't have to be kept to the grocery store. Reusable bags are great for a trip to the park or beach. 

Blue Soda Promo Offers Quality Tote Bags Cheaply

Blue Soda Promo Logo

If your business is looking for a company that provides quality tote bags for less money, you need to look at Blue Soda Promo. Blue Soda Promo offers promotional tote bags for businesses. By printing your logo or tagline on a reusable bag you are giving your customers and clients a way to advertise for you. They are walking promotional banners.

Enhance your brand awareness with a promotional tote bag. Whether for your next tradeshow or convention, these bags are handy to have around to give away all year round. Blue Soda Promo offers many types of reusable grocery bags, from canvas to non woven polypropylene bags. And many of their bags are less than $2. We even found a few for under a dollar!

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