• Deanna Clark-Esposito

7 Ways to Keep Your Workplace Green

Updated: Jun 16



At the Clark-Esposito Law Firm, P.C., respect for our environment has a high priority. In this video, we will be sharing 7 ways that you can keep your workplace green.

These are simple actions we take at our law firm that you can also adopt to keep your business practices sustainable.

  1. Ditch the disposable cups. Each employee should bring their own mug or reusable water bottle for daily use.

  2. Purchase used office furniture so it may be repurposed rather than sent to a landfill.

  3. Purchase office supplies with a lower impact on the planet, such as our Earth Choice paper which is Rainforest Alliance certified. The company sources paper from responsible sources in accordance with FSC principles and criteria.

  4. Print documents only when necessary and always print double-sided.

  5. Use discarded one-sided paper as “scratch paper.”

  6. Shred and Recycle discarded paper.

  7. Recycle cardboard, plastics and all other recyclable materials.

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