Have you ever taken the time to think about how many things you touch each day? We’re going to uncover some of the dirtiest objects bacteria flock to that you touch on a daily basis. Can you guess what they are?
We can spend all the time, energy and finances we want on making our business play nice with the environment, but if the people who buy what we’re selling don’t care, why waste our time? So… do they care?
The GSA’s new pilot program helps small businesses track and reduce their greenhouse gases while encouraging government entities to “green” their supply chain. We’ve got the who, what, where, when, why and how of the program.
LEED 2012 will have changes for all rating systems, especially Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance users. We’re going to look at the big changes, why they’re happening and what this means for you.
Did you know that a green school saves an average of $100,000 annually? We’ve got the facts to convince you and the tips to help you green your local school while saving money.
Introducing the brand new Workplace Essentials Hair and Body All-in-One Shampoo, complete with aloe and vitamin E!
Americans purchase nearly 3 billion dry-cell batteries every year. Though these batteries make up a small percentage of total waste, their chemicals contribute to over 50% of chemical waste in landfills.
How do you combat backsplash in urinals without interfering with the draining process? Urinal screens can significantly reduce unsightly stains and drain blockage while eliminating odors.
Many common chemicals used in popular air fresheners contain carcinogenic and other “hazardous air pollutants”. Let’s take a closer look and see if there are any alternatives that are safer – and greener – for the environment.
Since we’re still in cold/flu season, the Workplace Essentials EcoDri automatic hand dryer with its touchless technology and energy-saving design is January’s featured product.