Using Only What You Need Through Custom Furniture Services

When companies have too many office products on their hands, including furniture, they could face a waste problem. They have to consider both how to store the excess materials and whether to use or dispose of them later on. The way they do so may also contribute to the size of the company's carbon footprint. As such, CalRecycle recommends a simple [...]

By | June 21st, 2016|General|Comments Off on Using Only What You Need Through Custom Furniture Services

Why It Pays To Buy Local Furniture

Grand Rapids, Mich., may be the office furniture capitol of the country, but that doesn't mean ordering from there makes the best sense for a California company. If you're trying to reduce your carbon footprint, one of the easiest ways to do this is to think locally. Just trucking large shipments across the country can add a lot to CO2 [...]

By | June 17th, 2016|Localized|Comments Off on Why It Pays To Buy Local Furniture

LEED-certified Buildings Can Be Linked, Council Says

LEED status can apply to a single building, or more than one linked together under one certification. That may sound confusing, but it's actually potentially useful, as a recent United States Green Building Council blog article pointed out. For businesses with unusual offices or workspaces that span more than one connected location, the new post might show some ways to [...]

By | June 14th, 2016|Green Office Solutions|Comments Off on LEED-certified Buildings Can Be Linked, Council Says

What If Offices Move Outside?

The quest for green-friendly offices could lead businesses to some interesting places in the future. While the open office has been in use for some time, businesses may be ready for a different vision to plan their workspaces around. A Washington Post article recently looked at the promise of bringing the entire workplace outside, something which could add a sense of flexibility [...]

By | June 13th, 2016|Products|Comments Off on What If Offices Move Outside?

New LEED Gold Building Coming To UC Davis

Any business that wants to work in a LEED-approved building should know the difference between certification levels. The second-highest rank, gold status, requires between 60 and 79 points, and helps display the project's commitment to green building principles, According to a statement from the University of California Davis, a new large lecture hall fits the gold requirements and the groundbreaking [...]

By | June 8th, 2016|Green Office Solutions|Comments Off on New LEED Gold Building Coming To UC Davis

Quality Office Liquidations to send personnel to NEOCON 2016

This month, QOL's own Jim Turner and Mike Calello will attend the NEOCON even in Chicago. The convention will run from June 13 to 15, and has been a significant commercial design show for nearly 50 years, according to the official event site. Jim and Mike will join the group of around 50,000 other professionals who come to learn about the [...]

By | June 2nd, 2016|General|Comments Off on Quality Office Liquidations to send personnel to NEOCON 2016