Alsco has recently entered an exciting partnership with one of Australia’s leading V8 Supercar teams, Brad Jones Racing (BJR). BJR is using the Ecosafe Parts Washer for the enormous job of cleaning the high tech alloys on their V8 vehicles.
When the BJR team saw the Ecosafe Parts Washer in action, they knew it was exactly what they needed. “They were looking for a better performing clean and healthier workplace for their people, which is exactly what the Ecosafe Parts Washer offers,” said Product Manager David Hiser. Continue reading →
Forgetting to turn appliances off is easy to do. Why not make remembering a bit simpler with a reminder poster? Simply download, print and hang either an A3 or A4 version and make it easy for everyone to do the environment a favour.
There is no denying the increasing importance of finding environmentally friendly ways to do business. Of course, business is business and so it is essential to find solutions that are both economically and environmentally viable.
The struggle for many businesses is to identify some sort of economic pay-off that will be gained from implementing sustainable practices – for instance, cutting costs, attracting more customers or better staff. To help businesses get started on the road to a sustainable future Supply Chain Digital, together with the Director of Action Sustainability Ian Heptonshall, have come up with an easy eight-step plan to help businesses move towards a greener future. Continue reading →
Creating sustainable workplaces is an increasingly important concern for many businesses and for a range of reasons, including regulatory requirements and investor demand. Knowing how to go about creating a green workplace is another matter – while there are a host of Home Shows going on, promoting sustainable urban development, there has been a dearth of exhibitions focusing on the commercial environment.
Filling that gap, the inaugural Future Build Seminar and Exhibition was held in Melbourne from October 2nd to 4th. Highlighting innovative construction methods, retrofit options and a host of great green products Future Build 2012 is a good place to start with ideas for a greener workplace. Continue reading →
There are many things to be considered in the pursuit of a green workplace: cutting down on paper usage, environmentally friendly cleaning products, ensuring staff switch electronic devices off when they’re not in use – to name just a few. Then there’s the procurement side of things: ensuring that the supplies that are purchased for your workplace are as green as possible.
Well ensuring the green credentials of your electronic devices just got easier. Greenpeace have created a Guide to Greener Electronics to help you make greener decisions for your business. Continue reading →
Green cleaning is a concept that is growing in popularity around the world. Accordingly, Fresh & Clean are always seeking environmentally friendly products to offer customers. This story is about water saving and odour management through biological control, not chemical control.
A New Line of Environmentally Friendly Services
Georgina Bervanakis, Sales Manager Fresh & Clean Melbourne, with the new environmentally friendly Fresh & Green products.
Fresh & Clean has recently added a line of environmentally friendly services to help our clients improve their washrooms with products containing naturally occurring ingredients.
“The Fresh & Green services have been received enthusiastically by our clients due to their low environmental impact and improved performance,” explained Regional General Manager, Robert Carlile. Continue reading →
Going green demands that everyone get on board with changing office procedures and habits. We know your team is working hard enough already, so we created these handy posters to remind you of simple green ideas. You can download them here and then print them. All you need is blu-tack, pushpins or glue. Continue reading →
Do you sometimes despair of your beloved workmates remembering to recycle when possible, instead of throwing things in the rubbish? Well, despair no more! Download, print and hang a Go Green poster and remind everyone of simple ways to help the environment.
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Epicor recently carried out a global carbon accounting survey to offer some insight into businesses’ ability and willingness towards energy management. The survey collected responses from nearly 1,000 companies worldwide. The main result showed that carbon accounting is definitely not a priority with the majority of businesses not even aware of the what Carbon Accounting is. More worryingly, of those that were aware, less than 25% were actively doing anything about it. Continue reading →
Going green demands that everyone get on board with changing office procedures and habits. We know your team is working hard enough already, so we created these handy posters to remind you of simple green ideas. You can download them here and then print them. All you need is blu-tack, pushpins or glue.