Green plants are a great way to create ambiance, fill unused space and provide clean air, but they aren’t the only ways to cheaply and easily bring more green into your workspace. We all know that “green” business practices are a good idea. Even if you don’t buy into the notion of saving the planet, green workspace practices absolutely save….green (I’m talking dead presidents, coin, moolah…) and, who doesn’t like the sound of that? At Pacific Business Centers we pride ourselves on taking those easy, extra steps and doing our part. We adhere, as best we can, to the sustainability mantra: recycle, reuse and reduce. […]
Going green is important – no matter whether you are doing it in your own home or in your office. While it’s good to be green in all aspects of your life, there’s an added benefit to getting your office space green. A company that chooses to use eco-friendly practices can become a “certified green business.” Green certification will allow you to market your company as a green friendly business that cares about the environment. If you’re interested in the certification process, here are a few common questions that business owners have and answers. […]
There’s seemingly no end to the amount of junk mail that the average person receives each year. When you own your own business, you can nearly double the amount of junk mail that you’re receiving. Not only is junk mail annoying, but it’s a huge waste of paper and resources. It takes 17 trees to make a ton of paper, which means that 100 million trees get used for junk mail each and every year.
By reducing junk mail for your business and your personal life, you can save paper and save time. Sorting through junk mail when the mail arrives can be a real waste of time. Fortunately, there are ways that you can stop junk mail from ever reaching your mailbox. Follow these five steps to stop junk mail for good. […]
Just about everyone today is looking for ways to ‘go green.’ The green evolution started years ago when the public was educated on the benefits of carpooling into work to conserve energy, or telecommuting to save on expensive gas prices. The virtual office is the future of our evolution of environmental consciousness in the workplace. Laptop computers, cell phones, PDA’s, and the array of different handheld devices available in today’s market are changing the way we work – and are changing the way we look at our options to work more efficiently and sustainably. […]