How many hours a day do you spend working on your job?
Did you know that the average person works 7.6 hours a day?
With so much time spent at the workplace, it just makes sense to plan and institute ways to be greener at work
and help reduce the carbon footprint.
Quill.com created this handy visual guide to help you “greenhab” your workplace.
From trimming CO2 emissions to using paper more efficiently, to reducing energy and water consumption,
this handy infographic covers everything that plays a significant part in your company’s carbon footprint.
You’ll also find key green tactics such as recycling printer ink and toner as well as simple ways to conserve
energy throughout the day.
When it comes to cleaning and lavatory essentials, switching to green cleaning supplies, recycled toilet paper
and paper towels and ordering products in bulk takes little effort but will make a positive impact on both your
office and the environment.
Check out this handy “greenhab” reference below to explore important ways to make a big difference in how
your workplace impacts the environment.
How to Cut the Carbon Footprint of Your Office
How green is your office?
What are you doing to make your workplace greener?
Share your tips and suggestions with us.