How to Reduce the Pain of Going Green

Going Green

Going green is something many individuals and companies would like to do–it can make a big impact on the environment and in some cases it can even save money. However, the thought of starting a recycling program or otherwise being more eco-friendly is a bit daunting.

These tips can help! Learn more about the different ways you can reduce the pain of going green.

Set Up a Recycling Center

Recycling is much easier when you have things set up and ready to go. Borrow, rent or purchase a selection of recycling bins so that you have a place for everything you’d like to recycle. This keeps your recyclables contained and neat too.

Install Water-Saving Devices

Install water-saving devices like low-flow toilets and water-saving showerheads and you can go green without ever thinking about it! Once these products are installed, you will save water every time you use it and take away a lot of the pain and difficulty of being eco-friendly.

Make Reusable Products Easy to Access

Instead of relying on paper plates, plastic bags and other items that are thrown away, keep reusable products easy to grab, clean and convenient. Rechargeable batteries are another idea. While it may seem as though it is more effort, once you get started you will find that using reusable products is just as easy as the disposables.

Choose Energy Efficient Appliances

Energy efficient appliances are easy to find–just check Energy Star ratings. Once you’ve chosen and installed these, you will save energy, and money, every time you use it!

Additionally, you may look at energy efficient computer equipment too. In a big office, this could make a big impact. Doing this is a very simple way to do your part in energy conservation and a great first step in going green.

Key Takeaways:

Going green is very important. Waste management and recycling is only the beginning. While the thought of getting started may be a bit daunting, taking these simple steps can reduce the pain and put your goal of a greener home or workplace just a bit closer.

These ideas, mentioned above, are a great place to start:

  • Set Up a Recycling Center
  • Install Water-Saving Devices
  • Make Reusable Products Easy to Access
  • Choose Energy Efficient Appliances

Need Help?

Are you interested in implementing a recycling program at your office, contact us today for more information on how you can get started.


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