This checklist is meant to provide some ideas your business can use to increase your “green footprint”. While it may not be feasible to incorporate all of these ideas, a few may be gradually incorporated into day to day operations, saving your business money, and decreasing the amount of waste being diverted to landfills!
Looking for ways to reduce the amount of waste your household produces? Or practical ways to increase your “green footprint”? This checklist is meant to provide some ideas that your household can use to increase their “green footprint”.
In 2014, the United States generated approximately 258 million tons of municipal solid waste1. With a residential recycling rate of 15.3%2, Michigan ranks last amongst the Great Lakes States and ranks behind most of the country 3. In order to reduce the amount of waste headed towards landfills, communities are turning more and more towards recycling programs and waste prevention techniques.