A Lifetime of Waste

By | Posted January 8th, 2013

A Lifetime of Waste

Everybody needs time away from their desks; it’s unavoidable. But the cost, in terms of both time and money, can be shocking if you’ve never stopped to do the math. In an attempt to stem time-sucking online activities, many employers have turned to a Big Brother solution; monitoring all activities on the company server, restricting

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9 Ways to Use New Technology to Green Your Daily Commute

By | Posted December 6th, 2012

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If you drive more than a few miles to work every day and you’re environmentally conscious, or just appreciate the value of conserving resources (like your own time and money!), check out developments in the green movement to make your daily drive more energy-efficient. Tires That Save Miles   Did you know that a new

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How Colleges Are Going Green

By | Posted October 9th, 2012

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Every year in the United States, we use approximately 71 million tons of paper and paperboard. As you might expect, some of the largest consumers of paper and paper products are colleges and universities. From paper towels to printer paper, magazines to newspapers, and everything in between, colleges generate waste across several paper grades. Colleges are realizing that reducing

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Three Ways To Go Paperless

By | Posted October 1st, 2012

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Even with all the digital options available today, people are still hooked on paper. It may alarm you to learn that in just one year, the average office worker may use up to 10,000 sheets of paper. If you’re a business owner, you may find this paper habit expensive. Or maybe you’re just concerned about the

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4 Ways To Cut Costs and Reinvest In Your Small Business

By | Posted June 29th, 2012

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Every business owner wishes they could find a way to cut down on costs while maintaining a high quality standard. You could be asking yourself now where you might be wasting your hard-earned dollar, but even if your already think you have a great set up, it never hurts reevaluate. Here’s a look at some

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