As we celebrate Earth Day, it’s important to consider why it’s crucial for companies like ours to adopt sustainable practices and ‘go green’. By doing so we can demonstrate:

  • Social responsibility: contributing to a more sustainable future
  • Competitive advantage: ‘going green’ can appeal to a growing segment of environmentally conscious consumers
  • Environmental impact: reducing carbon emission, conserving resources and reducing waste helps protect the planet

To achieve these goals, we took a closer look at how we could make changes in our office, and we’ve identified three easy steps that we hope can inspire you to do the same. 

Reduce Energy Consumption 

One of the easiest ways to reduce an office’s environmental impact is to reduce energy consumption. This can be achieved by turning off lights and electronics when not in use, using energy-efficient light bulbs, and ensuring that computers and other devices are set to energy-saving modes. Encourage employees to do their part by reminding them to turn off lights and electronics when leaving the office.

Use Digital Tools

Going paperless is one of the most effective ways to reduce your environmental impact. Instead of printing documents, use digital tools such as electronic claims filing, digital note-taking apps, and cloud-based storage to reduce paper waste. Not only will this save trees, but it will also save you time and reduce the risk of losing important documents.

Use Eco-Friendly Products

By using eco-friendly products, an office can reduce its environmental impact and contribute to a more sustainable future. Look for products made from recycled materials, such as paper and printer cartridges, and choose non-toxic cleaning products. When purchasing office supplies, choose products made from sustainable materials, such as bamboo or recycled plastic.

By making simple changes such as these, we can all make a positive impact on the environment and create a better future for generations to come.

And if you’re looking to easily improve your efficiency, and have a claim you’d like to send our way, we’re here to help!

Reach out to us at 877-840-6277, or send assignments directly to or submit them online.

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