Let’s say you buy a light bulb with ‘100 watts’ printed on it. And when you pay your utility bill, you can see that your energy usage is measured in kilowatt hours. The watt is obviously some unit of measurement, but what is the watt, really?
As the trend of ‘going green’ only increases in necessity and popularity, more consumers are investigating whether or not the corporations they buy products from are doing their best to lessen their impact on the environment.
As the world becomes more environmentally conscious, many businesses are doing their best to increase their energy efficiency and lessen their carbon footprint. However, as individual employees, we also have the power to help cut down on waste, save energy, and become more environmentally friendly in general. Here are a few simple things any office employee can do to save energy at work and help the environment.
We believe that businesses should be doing more than just making money; they should also be making a positive change in the world. We defined our company values in 2010 and wanted them to be more than just a list of words on a piece of paper. Our values thread through every project, every customer we serve, every interaction we have, and every decision we make.
We all know the basic benefits that trees provide. They’re good for the environment. They provide a safe haven for nature. They produce the oxygen we need to breathe. On top of all this, they provide a pleasant atmosphere and view to outdoor areas.