Why Reuse a Cup? Check Out Our Infographic and Find Out!

Why Reuse a Cup? Check Out Our Infographic and Find Out!

On average Americans throw away 25 billion paper coffee cups each year. This is a staggering amount, and accounts for a massive use of resources. To make matters worse disposable coffee cups are very difficult to recycle, and leave a long lasting and unfortunate legacy. What is the best way to take your coffee to go? In a reusable travel coffee cup – check out our infographic to learn why this is the cup of choice.

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The Environmental, Financial and Health Effects of Bottled Water

The Environmental, Financial and Health Effects of Bottled Water

It’s Time to Start Making Sense of Bottled Water!

Staying hydrated is important; especially during the warmer summer months. Carrying water on the go is a great way to make sure you drink plenty of fluids, but the type of bottle you use makes all the difference to the environment. Bottled water has become big business and the environmental impact can be dire.

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3 Reasons to Finally Ditch the Plastic Water Bottle

3 Reasons to Finally Ditch the Plastic Water Bottle

In our most recent infographic we make sense of bottled water. From the expense to the environmental impact of the packaging and transporting the product, there are a lot of reasons why bottled water is just not worth it. By comparison, in our last post we talked about how tap water is a lot more cost effective and it even tastes better. Today we are pouring out three reasons why you need to ditch the plastic water bottle.

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What is Sustainable Printing and Paper?

What is Sustainable Printing and Paper?

The paper and the print industry have unfairly gained a reputation as harmful to the environment, when the reality is almost the exact opposite. To get the facts and help dispel this myth, our sister company, Superior Business Solutions, created an Infographic that spells out the sustainability of both print and paper. You can see the Infographic below.

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How to Go Green at the Office

How to Go Green at the Office

There are so many small changes you can make at the office to go green that can help employees feel like they are a part of a team that is creating positive change and helping with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Danika Carter at Your Organic Life shared a great pin on Pinterest about going green at the office. Keep reading and check out Danika’s pin below to learn more about how you can up the green factor at work and reap all of the benefits from environmental to cost savings to improved moral, these changes can have.

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An Eco-Friendly Funny…Bag Bans and Man’s Best Friend

An Eco-Friendly Funny…Bag Bans and Man’s Best Friend

In all seriousness, the only environmentally responsible manner to dispose of single use plastic bags is recycling, and the bags need to be empty when recycled. Single use plastic bags are not biodegradable and they will not safely break down – they will essentially clog the landfill and cause the heap to grow larger. When disposable plastic bags are filled with trash and waste and thrown in a landfill, the plastic will even prevent biodegradable items within the bag from breaking down by cutting off exposure to the elements – so folks that bag of dog poop is there to stay. That’s not cool. You know your pooch wants to be green too!

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