New Report Shows Industrial Use Of LEED Standards

With LEED becoming more widespread, companies that never gave it a second thought may start to realize the benefits of being socially responsible. Readers of this blog know about the many different types of buildings this standard can apply to. A recent "Industrial Facilities in Motion" report looked at the specific impact of energy-friendly design on campuses, warehouses, manufacturing buildings [...]

By | July 13th, 2016|Green Office Solutions|Comments Off on New Report Shows Industrial Use Of LEED Standards

Avoiding Waste With Green-Friendly Liquidation

Moving to a new office can force businesses to leave lots of furniture behind. This could lead to a prime opportunity for waste, even if the company is trying hard to stay environmentally friendly. What's the use in looking for a green office if you end up creating a mess on your way out? For a true impact on their carbon [...]

By | July 7th, 2016|Liquidation|Comments Off on Avoiding Waste With Green-Friendly Liquidation

Why Efficiency Helps Manufacturers, Too

The LEED standard has expanded to include multiple types of buildings, including industrial facilities. The United States Green Building Council recently noted on its blog that 1,755 of these facilities have obtained LEED status worldwide. Keeping these centers green could prove essential as shipping demand increases: the source noted that "behind the scenes" warehouses contribute a lot in the current economy. Right [...]

By | July 5th, 2016|Localized|Comments Off on Why Efficiency Helps Manufacturers, Too