Zero Waste

Waste is a Sign of Inefficiency. Try Zero Waste in 2021.

The first and most important step in achieving zero waste is to get buy-in from key stakeholders including management, employees and facilities. When the upper management is convinced to adopt a zero waste goal, it instills a strong culture throughout the organization that becomes the new norm. A program that highlights its zero waste mission and incentivizes its employees and suppliers to hit diversion targets sees better long term benefits. IKEA has set the bar high when it comes to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with its People and Planet Positive Strategy. 

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Zero Waste

Why A Waste Reduction Strategy is Key for LEED 4.1 Certification

Achieving waste reduction goals will get your building 30% of the way to attaining Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Zero Waste

Your 5 Step Zero Waste Strategy And Action Plan

Creating a zero waste strategy and action plan is crucial to reaching your organization’s zero waste goals. Read on for a five step process to craft an effective zero waste strategy.

Friday, January 8, 2021

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Zero Waste

Waste is a Sign of Inefficiency. Try Zero Waste in 2021.

The first and most important step in achieving zero waste is to get buy-in from key stakeholders including management, employees and facilities. When the upper management is convinced to adopt a zero waste goal, it instills a strong culture throughout the organization that becomes the new norm. A program that highlights its zero waste mission and incentivizes its employees and suppliers to hit diversion targets sees better long term benefits. IKEA has set the bar high when it comes to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with its People and Planet Positive Strategy. 

Thursday, January 14, 2021