EPA Employees Reduce Their ‘Environmental Footprint,’ You Can Too!
Attention building managers and office employees - - Earth Day is the perfect time to start a program to protect the environment and save your company money. It’s called reducing your environmental footprint.
Across the country, people are creating environmentally friendly systems that protect the environment, provide cost savings and increase employee morale.
It is not as complicated as it sounds. The
At the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 3 office in Philadelphia, employees are always looking for ways to prevent pollution. Recently, the focus has
Since 2002, EPA’s regional office and has reduced paper consumption
People who wish to reduce their environmental footprint must identify where changes could
In 1982, the
The Rubenstein Company of Philadelphia, a building management company, has realized energy cost savings of 40 percent without sacrificing comfort or tenant satisfaction in its four buildings. These reductions are equivalent to planting 1,344 acres of trees annually, or powering 654 American homes annually.
For additional energy savings examples and associated cost savings visit the Mid-Atlantic Energy Star Program website.
Also visit EPA Region 3’s we
A complete fact sheet on EPA Region 3 environmental management system accomplishments is also availa
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