Business going green
A collection of articles to illustrate strategies for improvements you can implement to save money, decrease costs and help your business go green.
Saving the planet is good. So is saving money.
Here are 10 tips to start the new year right and save money, too.
And boost your image, too: Forbes says 72 percent of consumers would recommend a brand that supports a good cause.
The typical Missouri vehicle uses about 600 gallons of fuel annually, which at today’s prices is — a lot.
Reducing refrigeration costs isn’t just good for the environment, it’s good for your bottom line.
Celebrate Earth Day by increasing your business’ energy efficiency, water conservation, waste reduction, reuse and recycling to benefit the environment and your bottom line
Spring is a great time to clean — and save some green by going green.
Carve out some space for the holidays by going paperless.
Stop the feeding … vanquish the energy vampire.
Lighting upgrades can cut 70 percent of your lighting bills and deliver rebates, too.
On average, about 51 percent of commercial building energy costs are related to heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Finding ways to reduce HVAC costs can result in bottom line savings for almost any business.
Nearly half of all commercial electricity use occurs in the summer.
An energy audit can yield big savings — with the right audit and auditor.
Going green over the holidays can be fun, good for the environment and save you some green.
20 tips on how businesses can save money through energy and environment
Buyers of products in the United States require their suppliers to track and reduce environmental impacts.
Advances in renewable energy technology, policy have implications for Missouri’s economy
Most people would not think of a paving company as a model green business, but Modified Asphalt Solutions is benefiting the environment in many ways.
The Q in Kansas City is Missouri’s first all-green hotel.
Construction industry finds building green will reap benefits now and down the road
Sustainable business means more than profitability. Innovative businesses are realizing the necessity to balance short-term earnings with planetary stewardship.
As businesses face increasing customer requirements, the implementation of lean manufacturing principles will ultimately improve the bottom line and increase customer satisfaction.