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'Greening' Your Company Won't Break the Bank - in Fact, It's Good for Bottom Line

"Greening" your company, via any number of means, obviously brings multiple benefits to the physical environment. But while going green may be the responsible thing to do, many companies shy away from these sustainability measures. The reason is their (common) misconception that the costs will outweigh any benefit, that there is no bottom-line value in environmentally responsible business practices. In fact, this belief may be false, because setting a green path can often improve your bottom line.

'Greening' Your Company Won't Break the Bank – in Fact, It's Good for Bottom Line

So, why set a green path for your own company?

"Sustainability" is a catch-all phrase that refers to the science, or practice, of acting so as not to harm the environment, protecting (rather than depleting) natural resources and supporting long-term ecological balance.

In business, sustainability may refer to any number of operational, technological or product efforts that support environmental protection. For example, some companies set a green path by utilizing environmentally-friendly materials and/or locally sourcing those materials for the manufacture of their products.

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So, why set a green path for your own company?

"Sustainability" is a catch-all phrase that refers to the science, or practice, of acting so as not to harm the environment, protecting (rather than depleting) natural resources and supporting long-term ecological balance.

In business, sustainability may refer to any number of operational, technological or product efforts that support environmental protection. For example, some companies set a green path by utilizing environmentally-friendly materials and/or locally sourcing those materials for the manufacture of their products.

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'Greening' Your Company Won't Break the Bank – in Fact, It's Good for Bottom Line