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4 Business Sustainability Transitions to Make Right Now

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Are you thinking of creating a more earth-friendly business? If so, that’s a fantastic idea, and can even help your increase your profits—research has shown that customers prefer to support sustainable companies over those that aren’t.

There are plenty of ways you can make your office more sustainable, which is one of the best ways you can help ease the burden on our planet. From pollution, landfill waste, and energy use, all businesses should do their part to help the environment.

If you’re ready to make the change, here are four business sustainability ideas that can work for any company, large or small.

1. Introduce Recycling

If you haven’t already, one of the easiest ways to create a sustainable business is by introducing recycling to the office.

So much goes to waste in offices, such as food packaging and unwanted printing jobs, but these can easily be recycled. Try installing recycling bins in both the office kitchen and near the printer, making it convenient for people to recycle throughout the day.

Make sure each bin is clearly labeled so items are put in the right place.

When it comes to office paper products, like filing folders, you may also want to introduce antibacterial paper, which is better for the health of your workers.

2. Encourage Green Transportation Methods

Driving to work is a massive source of environmental pollution, contributing to additional fossil fuel use and poor air quality. To help, your company can encourage workers to make sustainable decisions when it comes to transportation.

Instead of each person driving to work, can you start a carpooling group? Or, can you install bike racks and showers so it’s easier for workers to cycle to the office?

3. Allow Remote Working

An environmentally aware business allows workers to work remotely. This way, there’s no need to travel to the office or commute to meetings, as these tasks can easily be done over video conference.

Plus, workers love the convenience, flexibility, and extra time with family that it offers, which boosts staff retention.

4. Switch to Renewable Energy Sources

Another great way to be more sustainable is to switch to sustainable power sources. If you own your building, consider installing solar panels so you can power your business on renewable energy—this saves money over time and reduces your dependence on fossil fuels.

Or, an easy change that any business can make is switching to more energy-efficient light bulbs. LED bulbs are popular since they use less energy, which saves your company money and uses less power.

Use These Business Sustainability Ideas to Help the Planet

With these business sustainability tips, you can transform your business into an eco-friendly space. Why not pick a few of the tips above and introduce them to your office?

Your customers will be glad, your staff will be proud to be working for an environmentally-conscious company, and you’ll be doing your part to help the planet. Get started today and start enjoying the benefits of going green!

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