You’ll need all the energy you can get to make it through the day. When it comes to your home, it’s all about cutting back. Being a green-minded homeowner, you already know and exercise some of the basics, including keeping the thermostat a bit lower, using energy-saving light bulbs and unplugging appliances when not in use. These small fixes are great ways to start, but there are other activities that can really make a difference and ensure your home runs on less fuel.
Start with a Home Energy Audit
First things …
New studies show that companies adopting energy-efficient practices have more productive employees. They’re 16% more productive than average employees. Adopting energy-efficient practices isn’t just good for the environment, but also for your staff and bottom line. Changes that lead to better energy efficiency and water conservation boost customer comfort and staff efficiency.
Here are the changes that create positive environmental impact while you’re in a highly restricted workplace:
Think of the Small Things
Keep air vents clear of papers and office supplies, as they consume more energy to pump air through blocked vents. During …