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In this issue:
- 5 ways to reduce your business’s water footprint
- Top tips on how you can run an eco-friendly business
- Tips on reducing industrial waste
5 ways to reduce your business’s water footprint
Do you know what your company’s water footprint is?
Water is a key component in the daily running of any business operations – whether you sell food or provide a service. Industrial and manufacturing companies utilise more water in their daily operations as they are large scale facilities. It is paramount that these industries have a wastewater management system to ensure that they reduce their water footprint. If you would like to learn more about the strategies you can use to reduce your water footprint, keep reading.
Top tips on how you can run an eco-friendly business
Running an eco-friendly business is always a great thing, not only for the environment, but you can also bring in a new target market towards your business.
Over the years, people have become more conscious about the environment and how natural resources are being used by people and big companies. This is why it could also increase your business sales and reputation once you start being eco-friendly. In order for your business to become eco-friendly here are top tips to read that can make the transition much easier.
Tips on reducing industrial waste
There are many businesses that produce industrial waste and cause damage to the environment.
It is important that businesses follow environmental regulations to prevent pollution, ecological degradation, conservation, and promote sustainable ecological development. Taking care of the environment not only preserves natural resources but ensures that your business can survive in the long term. Looking for effective ways to reduce your industrial waste? Here are some tips.
“We are using resources as if we had two planets, not one. There can be no ‘plan B’ because there is no ‘planet B.’”
– Ban Ki-moon
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