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Going Green in the Workplace
Transcript of Going Green in the Workplace
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What is "Going Green"
- Paperless system for most offices
- 1 million research to protect endangered forest
- FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified
What questions do you have?
Amber Bacon, Sam Deskin,
Christine Weng, Annemarie Cunningham
"From farm to table, Dining the right way."
-Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC)
Engagement with suppliers
-Trainings, alternative chemicals, awareness, audits
-Plants and trees near office buildings
- Organic food for sale
- Classes on how to save energy/eat healthy
Aggressive recycling programs
Employee carpool systems
Environmentally friendly packaging
60% of total waste volume was recycled in 2010
Recycle approximately 27% of water
Obtaining Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification at headquarters (Dublin)
Economically friendly building materials
Energy-efficient glass, lighting, cooling systems
Energy Saving Practices
Energy Efficient Lights
Upgraded Air Conditioning
Updated Air Handling Practices
Sustainable Building Design
The process of changing one’s lifestyle for the safety and benefit of the environment. 3 most common changes people make to “go green”: sustainable living, use environmentally friendly (“green”) products, begin recycling/reusing as many products as possible.
If you catch the ball, you have to answer!
What ways do you think businesses can “go green"?
What ways have you seen businesses "go green"?
Not just paper products!
Ink cartridges, electronics, food containers, etc.
-Reduce paper waste
-Conduct a “water audit”
-Buy green energy (Renewable Energy Credits – REC’s)
-Turn off your computer!
-Get employees involved
Ways Businesses can "Go Green"
Fresh - Local - Sustainable
-Legal and tax advantages
Why Should Businesses