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How To Make Your Business More Eco-Friendly

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How To Make Your Business More Eco-Friendly

Going green is not only good for the environment, but it can also be good for your business. There are many ways that you can make your business more eco-friendly and this post will discuss some of the best ways to do so. In addition, you can reduce your environmental impact and improve your bottom line by making a few simple changes. Read on to learn more:

Reduce energy consumption:

One of the best ways to make your business more eco-friendly is to reduce energy consumption. This can be done in a number of ways, such as installing energy-efficient lighting and appliances, using motion sensors for lights, unplugging idle equipment and computers, aiming for 100% renewable electricity or carbon offsets, or investing in green energy sources such as solar power and wind turbines. You can also turn down thermostats during the cooler months and take advantage of natural light whenever possible. By doing these simple things, you can significantly reduce your business’s energy consumption while also cutting costs and reducing your overall environmental impact.

Recycle:

Recycling is an important part of making a business more eco-friendly. Not only does it help to reduce the waste created by the business, but it can also save money on materials and resources. Recycling can be done in many ways, such as separating recyclable materials from non-recyclables, donating or selling used items, investing in reusable packaging and containers, or taking advantage of digital documents instead of printing. Businesses can also look into composting food waste to make use of the nutrient-rich soil produced by composting. Recycling is an easy and effective way to reduce waste while helping to protect the environment.

Purchase green products:

When shopping for items, look for ones with labels such as “Energy Star” or “Eco-Friendly” that indicate they are energy efficient and made with renewable resources. You can also look for items made with recycled materials, certified organic ingredients, and sustainably sourced materials. By doing so, you will be supporting businesses and manufacturers that have taken the extra steps to reduce their impact on the environment. For instance, if you are renovating your offices and want to know how to renew your walls look no further than https://www.stikwood.com/blog/how-to-install-wood-planks-on-your-wall.

Another way to make your business more eco-friendly is to switch to green cleaning products. Many traditional cleaning products contain harmful chemicals that can have a negative impact on the environment and human health. By switching to green options, you can reduce your business’s environmental footprint while still keeping surfaces clean and germ-free. Look for items such as plant-based solvents, biodegradable detergents, natural enzymes, recycled paper towels, and washable wipes instead of disposable ones. You can also try using vinegar or baking soda instead of harsh chemicals for everyday tasks.

Encourage sustainability:

Once employees are educated on sustainable practices, businesses can encourage them to take part in eco-friendly initiatives. Companies should offer incentives and rewards for those who make an effort towards becoming more environmentally conscious in their workplace. This could include a reduced work week or flexible hours, monetary bonuses, or rewards such as tickets to a local art event or free coffee vouchers. Finally, companies can organize group activities that focus on environmental sustainability like tree planting events, beach cleanups, or waste audits that will further increase awareness and participation in eco-friendly initiatives.

Start implementing these tips today and watch as your business becomes more environmentally conscious!

Eco Friendly Options To Consider

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Eco Friendly Options To Consider

Being eco friendly is one of the best ways to show that you care about the planet and those who inhabit it. While we hear the words “eco friendly” often, it can be hard to know where to get started. The best way to begin a more eco friendly lifestyle is by making small, immediate changes to your day to day life. Nothing is too small as long as you are committed to sticking with them! Let’s look at a few ways to incorporate some eco friendliness into your life:

Your Commute To Work:

Driving to work might be the only option for some people due to a range of different reasons like the distance, lack of a metro system, or poor weather. However, if you can bike, walk, ride share, or take the bus even one day out of the week, it can make a big difference! Alternate modes of transportation also help save you money. What’s not to like?!

Give An Item A New Purpose:

Reusing items in a different way is always an eco friendly option. For example, did you know that some companies will remove old appliances for you, repair them, and sell it at a discounted rate so people can buy used appliances for sale? Not only is this environmentally friendly as it will prevent the appliance from ending up in a landfill but it provides safe and cheaper options for people who might not be able to afford a brand new model.

Secondhand Shopping:

When moving into my apartment, I furnished it almost entirely with thrifted or handed down items. When it comes to clothing, furniture, or little odds and ends that you didn’t know you needed, you can’t go wrong with secondhand shopping. There is nothing better than finding a treasure that no one else will have and it will provide you with a space and style that is totally unique for you.

Donate What You Can:

When doing a home haul away, there are plenty of different routes that you can take instead of just throwing things away. Clothing can be donated to homeless or battered women’s shelters. Old bath or beach towels can make an animal in a shelter much more comfortable. Furniture can be given to a family in need or could be sold on virtual marketplaces. You could even have a yard sale! Repurposing items is always the way to go and can make a big difference for the people who will receive it.

Living an eco friendly life helps this great big wide world and is an amazing way to assist people who might not be as fortunate as you. ❤

February Finishes

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February Finishes

Hiii everyone and TGIF! I don’t know about you guys, but when I’m in the home stretch of finally finishing a beauty product, I get really antsy! I love to try new products so the anticipation of what I will be using next seriously kills me. In the month of February I finished three beauty products – a cleanser, moisturizer, and a shower gel. Frankly, I’m happy to be rid of all of them so let’s say “BYE Felicia” to my February empties as I send them to their new home in the recycling bin:

All of these products lasted me for a good long while which I was quite impressed with. Here’s how all of them fared:

I linked all of my reviews for each product listed above and now it’s time for the real question… Would I use any of these again? Here’s my verdict:

  • Neutrogena: Yes
  • I Love…: Maybe
  • Simple: No

So what products am I using now? I began using a moisturizer from Trader Joe’s that I got as a Christmas gift today and was pleased with my first use. For my shower gel, I’m using SoftSoap’s Sweet Honeysuckle and Orange Peel which smells delicious. And for my face wash, I started a new makeup removing cream cleanser from Garnier today, as well. I wasn’t very impressed with it this morning, so we’ll see how I feel after a few uses. I’ll be reviewing these products soon so be on the lookout! 🙂

So there you have it, my February Finishes! What beauty products did you use up this month? Have you started any new products recently? I wanna hear from all of you, so leave me a comment and let’s chat! Much love. -Sarah