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How to make the workplace clean and green this spring 2015

clean and green workplace

Thanks to go green campaigns and the conscious efforts of concerned individuals and groups, more and more people are now moving towards a greener way of living.

What’s more, these people are bringing their efforts to the workplace and changing the way work processes are performed and office activities are conceptualised.

Sustainability has substantial benefits to businesses. Here’s how to maintain an environmentally-friendly workplace.


Offices must provide employees with recycling options in the form recycling bins that segregate plastic, paper, empty ink cartridges, etc. Recycling helps conserve natural resources and is a simple solution to promoting good working habits in the office.


Switching off of computers, lights, and other devices at the end of each working day is crucial to conserving energy and saving money in the process. A good rule of thumb is: if it’s not in use, turn it off.

Letting some sunlight in is also helpful and will require offices to use less electricity where lighting is concerned. Natural light also helps give off a general feel-good vibe at work which is beneficial to employee productivity.


Solar power is one investment many home and business owners are making. It is worth the expense thanks to its huge benefits and savings in the long term. Solar power is a great way to generate electricity and save on energy costs, making it a valuable long term investment.

Regardless of the nature of your business, the advantages of going green apply to you. Employees are more likely to become more productive when they work in a green workplace. Go to your nearest business brokers Victoria to find out how you can get started towards an environmentally-friendly path for your business today.

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