Not only are these plants literally green, but they are also figuratively green in that they help improve the air quality in indoor spaces.wiki list
If you talk to us about green living for more than 5 minutes, we're bound to bring up William McDonough. His Cradle-to-Cradle philosophy calls for a rethinking of product and material design so they can be infinitely recycled.
Some tips to green your workspace. If you'd like green consulting, contact us.
In order to get your website on the internet, you need to have a web hosting service. We've found a number of green hosting services. By purchasing certified renewable energy certificates, Hostgator, and Dreamhost are 100% powered by renewable energy. And taking an even greener leap forward are AISO.net and Solar Energy Host both using on-site solar panels to run their web hosting servers.
Ever wonder what happens to all those computers that become obsolete once the new hot device comes out? Most end up as e-waste in landfills potentially leaching toxic chemicals into the environment. Make an informed decision by consulting EPEAT's rating system of electronic equipment based on their eco-friendliness.
Did you know that most materials used to make furniture contain harmful chemicals? Couple off-gasing and fabric abrasion with the lack of fresh air in office buildings and you have one bad work environment. With Green Guard certified and Cradle to Cradle certified products, though, you can create an environmentally safer and cleaner workplace.
Here are some useful links we've found to help you go green at work:
- Treehugger's How to Green Your Work
- Greenliving's 10 Tips for a More Eco-Friendly Office
- Entrepreneur's Going Green in the Workplace