Green Tip: Energy Star

Replace the office refrigerator, microwave—and all your equipment—with energy-efficient models. Newer ENERGY STAR qualified appliances use up to 40% less energy than older versions. These products use less energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and overall energy costs. Look for star ratings on fax machines, copiers, printers and everything you use. o replace existing office …

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Green Tip: Download Your Software

Many software programs come on a compact disc, and more than thirty billion compact discs of all types are sold annually. That’s a huge amount of waste, not to mention the associated packaging. To reduce waste, consider software downloads. Another bonus to downloading your software is that it’s often available for download at a later …

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Good to Know: Styrofoam

The average office worker uses up to 500 disposable coffee cups per year. Styrofoam takes about one million years to fully decompose.

Green Tip: Digitize Documents

Do you really need a hard copy of every document? Use an online backup service to store your data in the cloud. This not only saves paper and toner, but also keeps your crucial data safe from disasters and easily accessible.

Good to Know: Recycled Paper

Approximately 1-billion-trees worth of paper is thrown away every year in the U.S. Recycled paper uses 64 percent less energy than making paper from virgin wood pulp and can save many trees. Every ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees.

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