Does your office recycle? If not, it's probably time it did. Businesses across the country are now beginning to take their recycling responsibilities very seriously and with the government, local communities and even your own staff, coming down hard on those businesses which don't acknowledge their responsibility toward creating a greener environment, it more than likely won't be long before the recycled net closes in on your business.
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Whilst many business in the UK are now keener than ever to ensure that their office recycling systems are in place and being used by all members of staff, there are some very common mistakes which you'll need to avoid if you're thinking of setting up your own office recycling scheme.
Following these tips should help you through the process.
Some of the hardest people to educate and motivate are your own office employees and coworkers. Resistance to recycling is common amongst any group of people who are also known to resist any and all forms of change, even when it is presented in a positive light.
Money doesn’t grow on trees. Really, it doesn’t. Banknotes aren’t made from paper; they’re made from cotton paper, which is cotton rag sometimes mixed with linen, abaca and other textile fibres. There, you just learnt something.
Just because you need to use paper at work, it doesn’t mean you can’t still be efficient and responsible with it. Here are some tips on preventing paper wastage, whether you work for an accountant, a marketing firm, a logistics department or yes, even an old-fashioned hand-drawn illustration company!
As we move further into the 21st century, the importance of recycling is becoming ever more paramount. An ever increasing world population, along with an increase in consumerism and product packaging that is not biodegradable are just some of the reasons that the amount of waste we create is rapidly escalating. This in turn is having detrimental effects on our environment, with harmful chemicals and greenhouse gasses being released from ever growing landfill sites, and natural habitats being destroyed due to the need to exploit more and more raw materials.
More people than ever are starting to recycle. Councils provide a wide range of assorted bins and receptacles to use for this purpose, but most of them are designed to sit outside your home. You still need a solution for recycling indoors so you don’t have to go out to the bins each time you have something to throw away.
Our recycling kits combine excellent products that work together perfectly, whilst also offering great savings. See, it costs us the same to send you one bin as it does three or four, so we’ve created bundles that pass the savings on to you. This makes the entire process a doddle, from ordering the right kit to suit your needs, to using it on a daily basis.